it is OK to unplug from this stream of information when you feel it necessary. In fact, maybe it will be necessary to do so to maintain your sanity and your perception of the world during this chaotic period.
When the fuel companies won’t give fuel on credit, when the food wholesalers can’t get product from the farmers/cattle raisers, when the local mom and pop shop, can’t finance their meat market, the “bad” side of People will emerge.
Yes, folks, whether you know it or not, World War III has already begun. And in the eyes of those waging that war, you are an enemy combatant.
Everyone wants the virus gone. Everyone wants to go back to “normal.” But as I’ve shown you, this is tough to do.
All I know is that the room to express dissent on these topics is fast disappearing. It's time for those of us who can tolerate thoughtcrime to circle the wagons. The Thought Police are closing in.
Which one is worse? The possibility of getting a virus that could kill you, especially if you have comorbidities, or … have your life savings wiped out, your home foreclosed, your car repossessed, your kids college dreams crushed, and living on welfare?
So watch out for the infodemic. If you're not careful, the powers-that-shouldn't-be are going to take care of this "problem" of the "abundance of information" by making sure you only ever get your information from approved sources.
We ALL hate the way the globalists, the far left is taking all this to extremes. We hate the power trip some politicians are going on with this situation. But do NOT, not for a minute, believe that there is no deadly virus. There is.
The obvious implication here is that, just like World War I was followed by World War II, so, too, will Pandemic I be followed by Pandemic II. Kind of makes you wonder what else he has up his sleeve, doesn't it?
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