Now I can say that I’ve lived in a plague house. Everyone caught the coof here. I became one of the critics of The Narrative about COVID-19 who caught its latest incarnation. Normally this sort of thing is a great occasion for critics of the critics to throw around a lot of snark. Not so fast, though — I caught it from a boarder who is double vaxxed, and of all of us, seems to have had the worst of it. I would’ve dropped a hint that the stuff doesn’t work, except that I’m getting tired of being called a Right-wing conspiracy theorist. Yes, I already know I am, thankyouverymuch.
I’m recovering pretty well, but what to do while I get over the Fauci Cooties? I could write a modern Decameron; the thought has crossed my mind more than a few times over the last couple of years. For now, though, I’ll keep criticizing The Narrative.
The news is always the same
Every time I open my browser’s start page, for the most part I see the same thing. A little under two years ago, other than repetitive “orange man bad” articles, it was:
Covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid
It especially kicked into high gear around March 2020, when The Narrative suddenly switched from “downplay the bug” to “declare the end of the world.” A year ago, other than crocodile tears about a half-baked sit-in on January 6, the news was:
Covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid
Vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax
Lately, it is:
Covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid covid
Vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax vax
Omicron omicron omicron omicron omicron omicron omicron omicron
Sure, there are some creative twists on that. For example, to the LA Times there was “Letters to the Editor: Why do anti-vaxxers even show up at hospitals when they get COVID?” Oh, golly jeepers! Well, back in the 1950s, why did any ladies in a family way even see a doctor if they had doubts about that newfangled thalidomide stuff? Why did anyone bother to consult a psychiatrist when you could just set aside the cares of the world by getting a lobotomy?
It’s all so tiresome. Much of the mainstream media is still trying to stir up FEAR FEAR FEAR. Although there are some signs that it is tapering off, as of right now, we’re still getting “the end is near” stuff. Really, it’s become fairly obvious that although this Omicron variant is pretty catching, it might well be wimpier than the Wuhan Virology Lab’s original recipe. (It hit me harder, but your mileage may vary. It’s a drag, but not exactly the tortures of the damned, and I had much worse cases of flu as a kid.)
How many WORST EVER variants has this been by now? They’re already starting to talk about a new one, “BA.2,” which I suppose might be pronounced as “Baah, baah.”
First up, I do trust the scientific method. However, I do not trust corporations, politicians, bureaucrats, globalist NGOs, or the mainstream media. They have agendas. Anyone who doesn’t understand this still has a long way to go toward enlightenment.
The COVID-19 virus has been overhyped for political reasons, including misclassifications of deaths to drum up more fear. The net effect has been to panic the public into trading liberty for safety, a compromise that proverbially always ends badly. (If arbitrary Orwellian diktats weren’t bad enough, some of the security theater is very uncomfortably starting to approach certain End Times prophesies, but that’s another matter.)
Unfortunately, the COVID-19 vaccines available in the United States have unacceptable risks of serious short-term side effects. The government waived customary testing requirements for the manufacturers, along with product liability. Even so, two vaccines have been withdrawn already, and the manufacturers should go back to the drawing board with the other two until they have something that’s safe and effective, doesn’t require dead baby parts for research or to manufacture, and doesn’t modify the patient’s DNA.
Lately, The Narrative downplays vaccine side effects, just as they overplayed the virus. Some presstitutes are trying to tell us that most of the COVID-19 vaccine side effects are imaginary. For those who died, got heart conditions, acquired Bell’s Palsy, and so forth, surely it’s a great comfort to know that it’s all in their heads. Another article announces, “Fact checking a strange new Covid conspiracy theory: Athletes dying from vaccines.” (That one’s from CNN, which neglected to disclose its advertising relationship with Pfizer, but I’ll fix that for them.) But what about all the teenagers and young adults in top physical shape suddenly dropping dead — were they just having a bad day or something? Well, boy howdy, since one of those fact-checker journalists called it a conspiracy theory, surely there was a mass resurrection and they’re alive and well! There’s nothing to see here; move along . . . This is why I love journalists so much — they’re so goddamned smart, they need cooling towers for those big brains of theirs!
For those who haven’t suffered short-term side effects, or known anyone who has, they lucked out, but most assuredly, there have been others who did not. As for long-term vaccine side-effects, all that’s clear so far is that the public is being pressured into an unprecedented mass biotech experiment, and at this point we can only pray for the best. If the official numbers are reliable, over 200 million Americans have been injected already. For those who hoped it would be a ticket back to the way things were, they got fooled; that wasn’t part of the plan.
Last year, I was thinking of going on a cruise. Then I found out that the carrier is under a vax mandate, which apparently came from a government diktat. Oh, well; I’ll just spend my money elsewhere, then. Later, one of their ships had a COVID-19 outbreak — their vax mandate worked out great, didn’t it? Then a month ago, there were outbreaks on 89 cruise ships, despite their compliance with security theater protocols, prompting a Senator to call them “petri dishes of COVID-19 infection.” (Since when have cruise ships not been floating containers where hundreds or thousands of passengers and crew share cooties in close quarters?) In response, some cruise companies are discussing requiring boosters. They just don’t get it, do they?
Likewise, an outbreak happened at Cornell, despite the fact that this Ivy League university was under a vax mandate. It doesn’t work! What’s the point, then? It gets worse yet: People have been kicked off transplant lists for not taking the poison vax, and some sadists have suggested denying any sort of health care as a penalty for not conforming. They just don’t get it, either. Everyone surely hoped for better results early on. However, it’s pretty obvious by now that their research chemicals aren’t really going to rid the world of the Wuhanic Plague, and are hardly more effective at this purpose than wearing a good luck amulet, using superglue for pomade, or masturbating with a cheese grater.
Polio was defeated with vaccination and is now limited to a few remote parts of southern Asia. They did the research until they got it right. Smallpox was also eradicated this way. (This is despite Bill Gates saying that it could return from extinction. Does he know something we don’t? Did his buddy Jeffrey Epstein drop a hint?) Besides a lousy safety record, however, the COVID-19 vaccines don’t work this same way like people assumed they would — at least not the batch offered in the US and many other Western countries. They are ineffective at preventing someone from catching COVID-19 or from spreading it.
Although the manufacturers don’t claim that they do these things, the mainstream media and the politicians don’t discuss this vital bit of information very often; that would ruin The Narrative. The intended benefits are partially protective, by reducing symptoms if one happens to catch the virus. (So if that much is true, then I might be dealing with only half the snot right now if I’d allowed myself to be injected with research chemicals. No, thanks; I’ll stick with my favorite over-the-counter remedy.) It’s therefore hysterical poppycock to claim that the unvaccinated are guilty of mass murder. Any of the actual, limited benefits begin declining after a few months. This necessitates what’s going to be a potentially unlimited number of boosters.
This, of course, is despite Resident Bidet’s earlier promise that two shots would be enough. On that note, he also promised to end the Wuhanic Plague, though he obviously lacks any ability to do so. How’s he going to stop an airborne virus that’s gotten around the world if he can’t even stop a loud fart from escaping his nether mouth in front of the Duchess of Cornwall? On that note, that doesn’t bode well for his ability to limit pollution or greenhouse gas emissions.
Since these don’t have the preventative effects that most people associate with vaccines, any rhetoric from the mainstream media about public safety is misinformed or dishonest. Any diktats from the politicians restricting the freedom of citizens, or attempting to deprive them of their livelihood if they won’t comply, are tyrannical. The more cajoling and bullying these dimwitted memebots and shameless liars are about unsafe and largely ineffective vaccines for an overrated respiratory bug with a 99.98% survival rate, the more suspicious all this looks. It also doesn’t inspire confidence that one of the top fright peddlers also has advocated for massively depopulating the planet.
Still, the tyranny goes on
It should be obvious to anyone whose eyes aren’t glued to the television set that all the security theater is ineffective. It serves only to pump up biotech profits, let the politicians make a show of “doing something,” and open the door for vaccine passports — which some countries already have. This can conveniently be converted into a Chinese-style “social credit” system with merely a software update. If we don’t put a stop to this before it gets to that point, they’ll tell us it’s all for our own good.
Last fall, Resident Bidet issued an executive order to the Department of Labor to force a nationwide vax mandate on workplaces with over 100 employees. Sure, citizens are free to refuse an experimental medical procedure, as long as they don’t mind losing their livelihoods . . . Fortunately, the senile pretender’s diktat failed a Supreme Court (SCOTUS) challenge, but they did allow it to pass for healthcare workers. I haven’t looked up the majority opinion, but this strongly suggests that these great minds of the Supreme Court hadn’t taken the obvious step of asking what evidence there is that the COVID-19 vaccines actually prevent catching or spreading the disease.
Moreover, it’s doubtful these Solomonic philosopher-kings considered that Bidet flagrantly exceeded his authority. The public has lazily become accustomed to the idea that a President – who is normally a real one, of course — “runs the country.” That’s not how things are supposed to work under the Constitution, however, and schooling SCOTUS about the separation of powers doctrine should be like teaching Grandma how to suck eggs. Although Bidet is an illegitimate usurper installed by globalist puppet masters, that doesn’t mean his word is law, as if he were a dictator. For those who slept through Civics 101, the legislative branch makes laws.
He lost credibility with all this — not that a puppet with a malfunctioning brain, whose good days are marked by not falling asleep during a speech, and who epically bungled retreating from Afghanistan has all that much more credibility to lose. Really, an egregious stunt like that is an impeachable abuse of power, but who’s counting? Anyway, it seems he’s moved onto his next brilliant act, trying to provoke the Third World War by inserting his proboscis into the Russia-Ukraine mess. What are his handlers thinking?
Reaching the breaking point abroad
In countries that already did introduce vaccine passports, tyranny marches on. French politicians are darkly promising to tighten the screws. Italy has already has done so. Conditions in Austria have become unlivable, no matter what one’s status is, and now they’ve just made it illegal to refuse the poison vax at all. (Austria used to be such a freer country, 80 years ago!) In my estimation, this seems calculated to leave the general public bankrupt and destitute, completely dependent on the government and forced into accepting whatever collectivization scheme the arch-oligarchs in Davos wish to impose. As I understand, conditions are similarly tyrannical in Australia, except that they have gulags as well.
Something that should haunt the dreams of the globalist billionaires is that the public isn’t taking this lying down. Massive demonstrations have occurred in these countries and elsewhere. (This has been somewhat downplayed in the mainstream media, since they’d rather cover demonstrations by immigrants complaining about being insufficiently pampered.) In my estimation, Australia may be very close to the point of revolutionary ferment. This is significant, because the next domino to fall would likely be nearby New Zealand, which is almost as fed up and also happens to be the location of all those hidey holes for oligarchs.
France is another likely hotspot. The French sure do know how to put on a revolution when things come to a head, now don’t they? From what I’ve heard, the enthusiasm of the gendarmerie for busting up demonstrations and otherwise enforcing the will of globalist politicians has run rather thin. In that case, characters like Macron and his retinue should be wetting their pants about now. They’d be well-advised to have a change in heart about how they’ve been treating the public.
I should mention that all this isn’t a recommendation, but rather an observation.
A glimmer of hope
There are some subtle signs that high-level enthusiasm for milking the crisis for everything it’s worth might be wavering a bit. Last month, Bill Gates the Wanker was saying the US “could be entering the worst part of the pandemic.” Now, Old Bilgey is being remarkably sunnier in his outlook. To wit: “Once Omicron goes through a country, then the rest of the year should see far fewer cases, so Covid can be treated more like seasonal flu.” Even Anthony Fauci, the drum major of the coronavirus, is showing a bit of optimism lately. There are also some signs of moderation appearing in Leftists, the folks who have been the most badly rattled thus far and panicked into going along with The Agenda.
Most surprisingly, the W6rld Ec6nomic F6rum may be changing direction, going back to naming global warming as the world’s greatest threat. Although their Gr6at R6s6t idea gave globalist politicians a big stiffy, the public thought the idea was about as appealing as a big meal at Sawney Bean’s Long Pork Buffet. Note that this came from the fine gentlemen at Davos who’ve been trying to sell us on the benefits of deindustrialization, eating bugs, drinking sewage, foraging weeds, living in pods, “you’ll own nothing and be happy,” and all the rest of the stuff meant to humiliate and impoverish the First World. (Are any of the globalist oligarchs supposed to be subjected to these measures for the peasants, or will they keep their porterhouse steaks, caviar, champagne, mansions, yachts, private jets, and gigantic land holdings?) So then why go back to scaring us about climate change? Did they figure out that too many people are getting wise? Did someone — ahem — look into a crystal ball and notice a large crowd gathering at the Place de la Concorde?
Speaking of all that, our good friends at Salon discussed an open letter by several millionaires and billionaires that was apparently aimed at the W6rld Ec6nomic F6rum. Noting the tremendous increase in poverty over the last two years, as well as the tremendous increase in the personal fortunes of the world’s wealthiest, they advocate getting serious about fixing income inequality. At first glance, that seems like tigers advocating vegetarianism, but they note that this sort of thing doesn’t end well. “It’s taxes or pitchforks,” their letter warned, and also, “History paints a pretty bleak picture of what the endgame of extremely unequal societies looks like.” Ça ira, ça ira, ça ira, les aristocrats, on les pendra . . . There were a couple of sour notes in the letter, but I can’t complain too much; it’s about time we got some high-level dissent about all this. They see that societies characterized by vast extremes of wealth tend to be unstable, and they’re just not keen on necktie parties. They have a point: peace is better!
According to one report, the United Kingdom’s Boris Johnson is backing down on security theater. Hopefully this is the real deal; the British public has suffered from too much anarcho-tyranny already. This might be a face-saving measure for BoJo the Wanker. He has been called out for attending a number of BYOB parties unmasked, contrary to the rules. On our side of the pond, we have politicians breaking COVID rules all the time: attending restaurants, parties, and hair salons during lockdowns, taking off their masks when they think the cameras have stopped rolling, and so on. Granted, complaining about hypocrisy in politicians is like complaining about bad breath in buzzards. On the other hand, there’s another takeaway here: They wouldn’t be disregarding their own rules if they felt they were in much danger.
What if the New World Order types do decide to tiptoe away from the abyss? It would be somewhat like if a tightly-knit group of bent-nosed Sicilians who are on a first-name basis with the District Attorney and who have an affinity for the Fifth Amendment were to get together and suddenly decide, “We’re sick of all the hassle; let’s just open a department store instead.” One can only hope that this is indeed a turning point. It certainly would be the prudent course of action for them; pushing around the public works until suddenly it doesn’t. Again, peace is better.
The fact is that The System bit off more than it could chew. When The Narrative collapses, this one’s going to go down hard. Still, one can expect there to be efforts to soften the blow. A highly visible fall guy or two — and I have some guesses as to who they might be — will get thrown under the bus. Maybe someone might get arrested and suffer an unfortunate mishap in jail before he can get talkative. Most of the guilty will expect to laugh all the way to the bank, however. There may be some mainstream journalists who come out of the woodwork when it’s safe to try to grab some glory, claiming they were speaking truth to power all throughout. (This was, of course, back when these NPCs were spewing venom on those who actually were going against the grain.) The System will otherwise try to go back to business as usual. They think the rules don’t apply to them, and that they can just walk away from what they did.
We can’t let them get away with this, and we won’t. Think of all the hundreds of billions sucked out of the working and middle class. Then there were the countless ruined small businesses, gone with shattered hopes and dreams. Remember those destitute and isolated who couldn’t take it anymore, overdosing or otherwise ending it all. Never forget what this has done to our youth. The globalists would’ve done a lot more to us if things had gone their way. Finally, there’s a possibility that COVID-19 happened in the first place because someone tampered with nature, and that it may even have been released deliberately.
Note well that although there were failures from the health care system, much of that was because of vast pressure from the very top into conforming to The Agenda. There were good doctors and researchers throughout, swimming against the tide. Likewise, the problem wasn’t about common scolds (“Karens,” if we must) or busybodies. Some were just concerned, but even those on a petty power trip were hardly the worst. The mainstream media — practically serving as an Orwellian Ministry of Truth — played a much larger role.
Ultimately, we must remember that this was foremost a problem with globalism. Those oligarchs and their unelected NGOs just had to have their pestilential Gr6at R6s6t to usher in the New World Order, no matter what the public thought about it. Are we going to let them go back to the drawing board to plot their next big move, or are we going to hold them to account?
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