Thorough, link-filled summary of the Big Picture:
Part I (focused on the COVID pandemic)
Part II (focused on the climate crisis fraud)
Pro-freedom in Canada? You can have your accounts frozen and get trampled by police horses.3See last video here. Because ‘fringe’ minorities with ‘unacceptable views’ won’t be tolerated by a Prime Minister who has openly praised China’s ‘basic dictatorship’.
That same Prime Minister recently said Canada supports people expressing themselves through protests, will stand up for human rights and is watching China4Second last video here. – where, locked in to your apartment for Zero-Covid’s sake, you can die in a fire.
Especially when fire engine access is hampered by uncharged electric cars.5If I can relocate the source I will update here.
… the lockdowns that Xi Jinping pioneered with the onset of Covid are horrific in terms of their scale, their duration, their depravity, and the new totalitarian surveillance measures to which they’ve led. Anyone who participates in a protest in China runs a risk of being subject to cruel and arbitrary punishment. For ordinary Chinese people to brave that risk in defiance of this new form of inhuman medical tyranny is an act of courage worthy of admiration.
There are notable exceptions to the otherwise widespread support the protesters have received. Apple has been silent about the protests, and had the gall to limit the protesters’ use of a communication service called AirDrop in compliance with the CCP’s demands, even as it threatens to remove Twitter from its app store over Elon Musk’s free speech policy. This comes even after Apple has long ignored requests by FCC officials to remove the Chinese-owned app TikTok from its app store over unprecedented national security concerns. So Apple complies with requests by the Chinese government, but not the United States government. Let that sink in…
Apple is, unfortunately, far from alone in its CCP apologism. Anthony Fauci told CNN that China’s totalitarian lockdowns would be fully justified so long as the purpose was to “get all the people vaccinated.”Michael P. Senger6Some interesting receipts there
they have not learned.
they are not abashed.
they are lying to themselves even more than they lie to us precisely to prevent such things.
the cognitive dissonance is re-writing memory so they recall being heroes not villains.
and in this sense letting them off the hook is, to my mind, unwise.
there needs to be a reputational penalty for having done this.
they need to be required to own it (because they will never do so on their own)
and the china uprisings are creating a wonderfully impossible fork for team lock down the west, especially given what they did so very recently.
here’s a fun example…el gato malo7More receipts
Also: DailySeptic.org |
Despite expectations and hopes there wasn’t a ‘red wave’ in the USA elections. So the current political, judicial, economic, medical, educational etc direction of travel are unlikely to change much.
Dan McCarthy shared his analysis with Tom Woods .
By their fruits ye shall know them.
… to name but a few.
The swelling of the red-pilled population is perhaps the best thing to emerge from the Covid panic. The resolutely blue-pilled will look increasingly foolish, naïve and cowardly as that process continues. The red-pilled are taking on all manner of wokery in corporations, clubs and school boards. Long may that continue.Nick Hudson
In The Matrix (1999), there were two: red and blue.
Today there are a few more.
… an astonishing new release of discovery documents in Missouri v. Biden—in which NCLA Legal is representing plaintiffs including Jay Bhattacharya, Martin Kulldorff, and Aaron Kheriaty against the Biden administration for violations of free speech during Covid—reveal a vast federal censorship army, with more than 50 federal officials across at least 11 federal agencies having secretly coordinated with social media companies to censor private speech.Michael P. Senger
Quashing free speech enables (amongst other things) forced preference falsification – a process central to Mao Zedong’s regime and vehemently implemented by his Red Guards.
Image by Jerm Warfare1The hammer & sickle are normally associated with Russian-flavoured communism. But in the context of communism on the verge of engulfing the whole world I hope you will agree the flavour doesn’t matter too much.
One of the good outcomes of the plandemic is the rise of (a few) creative people. Realizing the difficulty we are in they are risking much (while most of their peers stay silent).
His art has been shared here before. Because it conveys so much, so quickly.Continue reading Brilliantly Difficult
Steve Kirsch is not one of them. So much so that he’s offering $250,000 to MIT, Harvard and Stanford Universities to produce convincing evidence.
I’d be willing to make a $250K grant to MIT if there is a MIT faculty member (you can field as MANY as you like) who can convince Professor Norman Fenton and Stephen Petty that there is scientific evidence that shows that masks reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2.Steve Kirsch
Cartoon by Bob Moran