He's 100% Correct. (media.patriots.win)
posted ago by DocGoban ago by DocGoban +2691 / -4
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killerbeblue 113 points ago +113 / -0

All joking aside, it gave me such a pain in my gut to read that. I’m not sure I’ve read a more apt description of anything in my entire life.

keeptherepublic100 63 points ago +63 / -0

OMG. Spot on. About way more than Australia

educatedandfree 63 points ago +63 / -0

I teach high school English and economics and used to teach us history. I hold nothing back and point fingers constantly at the fed, their smartphones, Google, credit card debt, the fake two-party system, the not for me, but for thee legislation.

They mostly will never unplug frothy matrix. Its easier and comforting.

They don't read and often refuse to even follow along when I do it.

There is going to have to be UNIMAGINABLE pain before they can see what was done to them and I still doubt the ones who need the system to pay off their student debt will act.

Keep your family out of debt. There is no greater imperative. It gives you choices, and then you have the option to stand your ground.

Or even fight back.

Gumnut 24 points ago +24 / -0

Absolutely. As I posted elsewhere below:

Here’s a good’n: https://www.finder.com.au/australias-personal-debt-reported-as-highest-in-the-world “As of 2016, Australia’s total personal debt is around $2 trillion and the average Australian household owes $250,000.” Another random internet search reveals that in 2021: “The average Aussie owes $3,925 on their credit card, has personal debt of $21,200 (excluding credit cards and property loans) and has a mortgage of $540,166. This may be higher or lower depending on where you live.22 Mar 2021” Absolutely extraordinary figures. I think Aus has the highest average household debt in the world. We’re running on debt. People are so worried that the merry-go-round might stop because they’re up to the @**holes in debt. The aspirational classes have their [email protected] sitting in the top drawers of money lenders to the tune of trillions of dollars. It’s important to know this. It’s another subtle layer of fear in our society, operating away as people STILL continue to borrow huge amounts of money at low interest rates to get into the property bubble. That’s the main game, Covid be damned.

45fan 15 points ago +15 / -0

Up to their assholes in debt? Those figures point to absolute penetration.

DestroyerofCobwebs 14 points ago +14 / -0

I'm incredibly grateful to automotive lenders for unintentionally teaching me this valuable lesson in my early 20s.

Debt is not always bad, but debt used to purchase depreciating or difficult to sell assets is, and high degrees of leverage (debt to principal ratio) is not a good idea no matter what.

Debt is modern day slavery, the instant you can't buy your way out of it. Believe me, because I've been on both sides of it: The feeling of knowing you can be debt free instantly is just as good if not better than actually being debt free, but both are endlessly preferable to being indebted with no way to escape.

Student loans should be illegal, being the ultimate debt vs. no principal type of loan. They're a slavery agreement, intrinsically.

Who is responsible for making that so more than any other person?

Joe Biden.

DiscoverAFire 15 points ago +15 / -0

Student loans should be normal unprotected loans, just like business loans. You want a student loan? Go to the bank. Give them your pitch. What are you going to study? How much are you going to make? Where are the numbers that support that? What makes you a better investment than your peer?

And then, if you quit, or you switch to gender studies, or whatever... the bank takes that hit, the government doesn't bail them out. That would limit student loans to people who are unlikely to have problems with them.

As it is, student loans are so freely available at such little investor risk, and with highly deferred consequences (I don't have to pay anything for 5 years? to a 17 year old 5 years is forever) that they are a trap.

bratt 10 points ago +10 / -0

Student debt is the modern equivalent to indentured servitude.

ProphetOfKek 5 points ago +5 / -0

They were smart to cripple doctors with it before starting the scamdemic.

CharlieMike 5 points ago +5 / -0

It started when the gold standard was dropped in favor of economies of debt run by the central bank(s).

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educatedandfree 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, that happened in a democratically controlled Congress. Bush coulda vetoed, but we all know the Bushes are trash humans who love slavery.

linuxdude7 3 points ago +3 / -0

I had a high school US history teacher just like you. I look back and am so grateful for all the things that he opened my eyes to. Keep up the great work!

MrNagoo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Mmmm, frothy.

TypicalWhitePerson 5 points ago +5 / -0

You've almost certainly heard it before.

"The Matrix is a system, Neo. That system is our enemy. But when you're inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters. The very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inert, so hopelessly dependent on the system that they will fight to protect it."

dixond 4 points ago +4 / -0

Normalcy bias weaponized against The People.

had-to-chime-in 67 points ago +68 / -1

The shots give them a feeling of self righteousness

(Ralph wiggum) I'm helping!

There seriously is a smugness about vaccination

AHonkTooFar 40 points ago +40 / -0

They can take that smugness to the grave.

x79q3pb 29 points ago +30 / -1

Many of them do.

PelosisSaggyTadders 21 points ago +21 / -0

Welp, I just moved back to the midwest having escaped a liberal big city shit storm, and went 3 glorious months before receiving my first, blatant, Karen mask-shaming yesterday. It's a better stock of people around me here, but goddamn if it's not upsetting to know how many of them are hopeless NPCs as well. There's really nowhere you can go to avoid it completely.

Liberty49220 15 points ago +15 / -0

Look for counties that voted 80%+ for Trump. It's great out here.

unicornpoop 9 points ago +9 / -0

One thing about living in a big city, you get comfortable telling karens to fuck off. I must have a resting bitch face at this point, because no one has said anything to me or even looked at me sideways in a year.

PelosisSaggyTadders 6 points ago +6 / -0

I used to tell people to F off in NYC from time to time, as typical city interactions sometimes end, but as a white man I felt over time that it would be unwise to continue asserting myself with no more cash bail and the rising hatred of whites. As a straight, white, conservative, unvaccinated Trump supporter, I'm pretty much the most hated person in the entire country already, much less the liberal big apple.

Choomguy 30 points ago +30 / -0

You can virtue signal any component of the covid scam.

I wear a mask, im good person. I got tested, im good person, I got vaxxed, 3x, im good person. I got covid, but thankful for vax, would have been worse, im good person. Etc.

Lock up people who not good person like me!

Cornpop17 11 points ago +11 / -0

I like how you became Chinese at the end.

1st_Covfefe 5 points ago +6 / -1


Bannonmeharder 5 points ago +6 / -1

Woah easy there commie

ProphetOfKek 3 points ago +3 / -0

你他妈到底在说我什么,你这个小婊子?我会让你知道我毕业于海豹突击队班,我曾参与过无数次对基地组织的秘密突袭,并确认杀死了 300 多人。我接受过大猩猩战争的训练,我是整个美国武装部队中的顶级狙击手。你对我来说什么都不是,只是另一个目标。我会用地球上从未见过的精确度把你他妈消灭,记住我他妈的话。你认为你可以在互联网上对我说那些狗屎吗?再想想,混蛋。在我们说话的时候,我正在联系我在美国的秘密间谍网络,你的 IP 正在被追踪,所以你最好为风暴做好准备,蛆虫。这场风暴会摧毁你称之为生命的可悲小东西。你他妈死定了,孩子。我可以在任何地方,任何时间,我可以用七百多种方式杀死你,而这只是我的双手。我不仅在徒手格斗方面受过广泛的训练,而且我还可以使用美国海军陆战队的整个武器库,我会尽其所能地使用它来将你的悲惨屁股从大陆上抹去,你这个小混蛋。如果你能知道你那小小的“聪明”评论会给你带来什么邪恶的报应,也许你会忍住你的舌头。但你不能,你没有,现在你要付出代价,你这个该死的白痴。我会在你身上发火,你会淹死的。你他妈死定了,孩子。

1st_Covfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0


had-to-chime-in 2 points ago +2 / -0

Without using a translator I already could tell this was the sniper confirmed kills meme LOL

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AOCDickPics 51 points ago +51 / -0

Literally my best friend.

I've given up talking politics with him. Played by the rules his entire life, corporate job, house, blindly trusts authority and media, blindly trusts doctors and "science", never rocks the boat.

Entirely naïve.

educatedandfree 19 points ago +19 / -0

People don't read. I'm deeply concerned the ability to pay focused attention to a text will become a lost art.

Audiobooks are better than nothing, but its easy for your attention to slip while listening.

COLDWARPATRIOT55 17 points ago +17 / -0

They don’t read because they can’t. They weren’t taught to read. In those years in school the teachers just passed them anyway like they were told to do.

They know just enough to text...perhaps that’s why they use their own pig Latin to shorten everyting down to just one or 2 letters.

Isolated_Patriot 17 points ago +17 / -0

A significant portion of the population do not even have an inner monologue.

They don't process text in a logical or coherent fashion, even when they do read it. Hence why a headline becomes fact, and even showing them "proof" of something, when that proof is words, is useless. Even when it's words from the very article they believed the headline.

This is the same reason most kids and high schoolers have extreme difficulty comprehending word problems. It takes great effort for them to associate the words, presented in a logical progression, with their method of thinking.

These people, MOST people, are left in a permanent state of consciousness where only the now, and only emotions matter. They do not actively THINK about the logical progression of something, they only think in abstract concepts or sometimes very limited images about the now.

Ro-Bear_Berbil 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm afraid I'd have to agree with that assessment.

Also, I have no doubt.... their rebuttal.

Isolated_Patriot 1 point ago +1 / -0


educatedandfree 7 points ago +7 / -0

The poor kids don't. Anyone in an inner city school district struggles.

The rich kids can say all the words, but have no idea what the words mean together when they get to the end of the page.

They've been trained to expect those dopamine hits every 10 seconds and books don't offer that rate of positive reinforcement.

But, obviously, the long term benefits to knowledge and self-respect are much greater with a book.

This is definitely part of the plan.

Most parents are complicit.

COLDWARPATRIOT55 10 points ago +10 / -0

Agree. Most of their parents don’t read either. A nice EMP would help eliminate the hypnotic affect over these kids from electronics. I wouldn’t mind either.

CDXX 2 points ago +2 / -0

U look gr8 2dā. 👌🤣🍆🍆

R-A-T-S- 4 points ago +4 / -0

Drank away the rest of the day

I wonder what my liver'd say

Drink, that's all you can

Blackened days with their bigger gales

Blow in your parlor to discuss the day

Listen, that's all you can

Oh, but don't, no, don't sink the boat

That you built, you built to keep afloat

Oh no, don't, no don't sink the boat

That you built

slimcoat 3 points ago +3 / -0

Cue the violin.

AHonkTooFar 42 points ago +42 / -0

I do think the vaccination rate is lower than they claim. If it was really >95% they wouldn't need new mandates, but I heard New Zealand has mandated it for police now.

They lied here too. There are far too many gullible sheep but to me vaccine uptake seems to be lower than they claim.

artifex_mundi_x 22 points ago +22 / -0

We're still not exactly sure what the vax does, weaken the immune system, sterilize women, abort babies, cause slow deaths through cancers or neurological diseases or vascular issues. Are they all equally toxic or is it constrained to about 5% as the data suggest. In the case of that latter theory, which was based on VAERS data, it makes total sense why they want to push endless boosters.

Smurfection 16 points ago +17 / -1

There is still no evidence that the cells that have been trained by the jab to produce spike protein ever stop producing spike protein. Dr.. Bhakti proved that the "daughter" cells of cells invaded by the lipid nanoparticle that make spike protein, continue to make spike protein. Dr. McCollough said the cells might stop making spike protein in 12 to 15 months but that's pure speculation and there's no evidence for it. It may be that the jabbed will continue to make spike protein within their bodies until the day they die. If that's the case, the damage from the spike protein will always be happening and there's no way to shut it off.

It took the ferrets subjected to mRNA shots, months to develop illnesses and disease. Ferrets are very small compared to humans but their cells are the same size. So proportionately, the same amount of cell damage is still going on within the jabbed but it will take longer for the damage, because it's on a microscopic level, to accumulate the same amount of damage proportionately in the human body. If the average ferret weighs five lbs and the average jabbed human is 150 lbs, it will take 15 times as long for the human body to start developing the illnesss that that were noticeable in the ferrets at two or three months.

GA_Logic 15 points ago +15 / -0

They definitely have mixed in placebos so people don't notice. Dr Ruby and others have suggested it is about 30% give or take placebo. They did this on purpose so people don't notice and continue down the booster path.

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AHonkTooFar 12 points ago +12 / -0

We know some of what it does to individuals, but yeah, you're right, we don't know it all.

I personally suspect the goal was a soft killshot and fast deaths are an unwanted side effect. The slower the kill the less the victims fight back. But it's hard to say how much long term survivors can bounce back or not - obviously scarred heart muscle can't heal - but the ones who don't get major side effects maybe just maybe can recover. The latest covid strains did mutate back out the gain of function allowing them to infect the lower lungs, DNA is pretty remarkable, although viruses reproduce and mutate much faster which is a luxury the vaccinated do not have.

Maybe they won't recover and they will be dead in a decade. It's really hard to tell at this point. The longer this goes on the worse this vaccine therapeutic looks however. I suspect it was designed to shave a few decades off life expectancy and the fast deaths are 'collateral'

artifex_mundi_x 8 points ago +8 / -0

I am inclined to think its main design is to abort babies. That it moves the menstrual cycle has already been admitted by the media. Screwing with people's hearts is then the unintended side-effect because it risks exposing their agenda too soon. This would explain why they want increased speed of boosters. You will kill the majority of unborn babies this way over a span of several years. This does not only kill the babies of women who know they are pregnant but also of women who didn't know they were pregnant yet.

I really want to see the fertility data for 2021 and 2022.

AHonkTooFar 10 points ago +10 / -0

It's the lipid delivery vector. Viruses are selective and can have broad or narrow ranges of cell types they even recognize and infect. Lipids on the other hand don't so the mRNA ends up in a much broader range of celltypes than it would if transported by a virus (alternate viral vectors have problems too: if you take a different viral vector you have the problem it will infect celltypes the delivery vector virus recognizes, which may be different to the celltypes the virus you want to immunize against targets).

Lipids have an affinity for ovaries (especially) and testes (but not only) - bodily steroids (testosterone, estrogen etc) are transported via natural lipids - so it's no wonder to me the spike concentration is especially bad in the ovaries.

DiscoverAFire 5 points ago +5 / -0

Even if that's not the goal, it's an injection that fucks with cellular reproduction. Of course it's going to fuck with human reproduction which is just cellular reproduction turned up to 11.

Ex was spotting for months after the shot, who knows if she'll ever be able to conceive. SIL lost her baby at 8 weeks, 10 weeks after her booster.

It would be an honor to swing the axe, if we had an intact justice system left.

artifex_mundi_x 3 points ago +3 / -0

Someone my wife knows had a miscarriage a week after the 2nd shot. Now she is pregnant again and didn't get boosted because of what happened. So I don't think it is making women infertile, at least not generally. There are side effects like heart conditions, but most of the evidence points towards this being a 'vaccine' that has been designed to abort babies in pregnant women. Hence the massive push to get pregnant women to take it, and to push for more and more boosters. If it blanket made women infertile they wouldn't have gone so hard on the infinite boosters (imo).

EDIT: although their heavy push for kid vaccines means there might be longterm fertility issues as well. So I'm not entirely sure.

GA_Logic 13 points ago +13 / -0

All the vax percentages are fear porn to push people into compliance and jabbing up.

Remember the health teams that Potato would send across the country? More fear porn that never happened.

COLDWARPATRIOT55 8 points ago +8 / -0

I thought he was going to CURE CANCER?

Isolated_Patriot 6 points ago +6 / -0

If they can sell the jab as a cure for covid without curing a single case of covid, they can sell an mRNA cancer protection shot just as easily. They could say it was derived from the oil of snakes and people would still buy it.

Smurfection 9 points ago +9 / -0

I don't know. I wonder if there's a bigger black market in fake passports than most of us in the U.S. realize. My understanding is that in most EU nations, I don't know about Australia, they are so used to living with ridiculous EU laws, that there's a lot of statutory neglect and smaller and local black markets for certain goods and services.

Foreign_Aid_is_Theft 8 points ago +8 / -0

Back when Italy and Greece were going through all those tax and EU debt issues they talked about how some of those countries' economies are 30% black/grey market. Grey just means legal activities that people don't pay their taxes on.

Isolated_Patriot 6 points ago +6 / -0

A yard sale qualifies as a "grey market" buy most standards.

AHonkTooFar 4 points ago +4 / -0

I know at least some Australians have fake passes. I didn't think it was many but I don't know. Don't know the details and didn't ask but it's possible it's much more widespread than we think. I wonder if the UK with all its loicenses has a loicense black market.

Bannonmeharder 2 points ago +4 / -2

I want to engage in acquiring a pass to leave the country but I also do not want to leave my family behind.
I also don’t want to participate in any part of the new beast system being created.

ForcedVaxJoe 5 points ago +5 / -0

If it was really >95% they wouldn't need new mandates

The new additions aren't for the vax-free, they're for the unboosted, un-N+1-jabbed in the future.

In Singapore, 98% of adults double jabbed but they've been adding new discrimination to solidify the vax mandate literally every month.

The latest discrimination, no entering hotels/staycations seems really targeted at the unboosted because there weren't many "unvaxxed" left when they added it (50k out of a 5.5 mil population).

They have gone from 26% boosted in early December to 41% in early January, to 53% as of 17 Jan.

Need to BOOST uptake to BOOST every last cent out of that 1/4 of a BILLION dollar investment in Pfizer in June 2020 right?

AHonkTooFar 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't dispute that but from what I understand the New Zealand police mandate is for the first two shots, not the booster. If >95% have had the first two already why does it need to be mandated for the police? Wouldn't they just go straight to a booster mandate?

ForcedVaxJoe 5 points ago +5 / -0

Possible that they want to weed out non-compliers.

100% double vaxxed police force is a 100% "just following orders" police force.

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Gumnut 17 points ago +17 / -0

If you look at the number of people who living on the land 70 years ago, or who had immediate friends and family who did, compared with now? That spirit of ‘the bush’, ‘hard yakka’, ‘a fair go’, it’s all disappearing into large coastal cities overrun with immigrants. Notice that the only people to really stand up physically were the tradies - work hard, but paid well. They were angry about losing their jobs, not angry about an insidious global agenda.

The ignorance is staggering. Sleep-walking into the future.

BarneyFrank 13 points ago +14 / -1

That’s a good post but it doesn’t quite capture the essence of ‘she’ll be right mate’. We use this all the time in all sorts of things, not so much your context above. It’s pretty much: Don’t let it worry you. These things work themselves out. Can also be: in my estimation things are under control.

Gumnut 5 points ago +5 / -0

Good answer

MickMoss1 4 points ago +5 / -1

So it's Aussie for, "Trust the plan?"

dixond 1 point ago +2 / -1

100%, yes.

Gumnut 13 points ago +13 / -0

I also would say, the spirit of ‘civic duty’, ‘community spirit’, is being lost. Not as many people are members of clubs - let alone political parties. Far less people go to church, or ‘town hall meetings’. There’s a two- or three-party system no voter probably believes they can vote their way out of. There’s always been a sense of resignation (ie she’ll be right mate) - but that’s for the lower classes, the social contract was always that those in power ‘kind of know what they’re doing’ because they’ve got the education, the connections and the money. Everyone else can go for beers on a school night because Australia is stable, wealthy, peaceful and isolated.

The social contract has been broken - the average person has been betrayed. And this goes to the heart of the concept of ‘privilege’. If you are privileged, then you have the responsibility to use it positively for your culture imho. So with privilege, comes responsibility. When the privileged take the piss, that’s when the system breaks down.

FreddyThePatriot 8 points ago +8 / -0

I also would say, the spirit of ‘civic duty’, ‘community spirit’, is being lost

Why would I want to team up with or look out for the welfare of ignorant morons who largely cause their own problems?

Gumnut 6 points ago +6 / -0

There’s truth to that. Who’s still turning up to these things? Probably wouldn’t be a good day out.

But the ‘public square’ cannot be imitated online. I once read that on the internet, ‘the cream rises to the middle’. Many people have removed themselves from visceral, intimate public interaction. Lockdowns have exacerbated that. Sources of information are disparate now, and the weight of anonymous opinions on the internet hold too much sway. Public discourse online has moved into the realm of the ridiculous. At this point, any in-person, calming conversation a person can have with someone wound up in this Covid hysteria is valuable.

Gumnut 4 points ago +4 / -0

Here’s a good’n:


“As of 2016, Australia’s total personal debt is around $2 trillion and the average Australian household owes $250,000.”

Another random internet search reveals that in 2021:

“The average Aussie owes $3,925 on their credit card, has personal debt of $21,200 (excluding credit cards and property loans) and has a mortgage of $540,166. This may be higher or lower depending on where you live.22 Mar 2021”

Absolutely extraordinary figures. I Aus is has the highest average household debt in the world. We’re running on debt. People are so worried that the merry-go-round might stop because they’re up to the @**holes in debt. The aspirational classes have their [email protected] sitting in the top drawers of money lenders to the tune of trillions of dollars.

It’s important to know this. It’s another subtle layer of fear in our society, operating away as people STILL continue to borrow huge amounts of money at low interest rates to get into the property bubble. That’s the main game, Covid be damned.

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Gumnut 2 points ago +2 / -0

Indeed. It’s unsettling.

Amateurgynecologist 17 points ago +18 / -1

Two words

Human cattle

Muzzah 12 points ago +13 / -1

Replace Australia with America....

Xanisor 14 points ago +14 / -0

Americans who get the shot are even worse. They have many more options to avoid it, unlike Australians or Europeans.

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keeptherepublic100 4 points ago +4 / -0

Maybe ca and NYC

GA_Logic 10 points ago +10 / -0

It is worse. The sheep refuse to take agency form themselves because without the reliance of big brother it would require effort.

Plazma10 7 points ago +7 / -0

That's why I'm joining my local Kiwanis club. Have kids. Give kids a place to meet each other and live together in their community

Kholland65 9 points ago +9 / -0

I think this eloquently puts into words what I’ve been saying to people since this began. I also know this because I consider my mother to be one of these people by her own admission.

The matrix again is a cliche but accurate and parallel analogy to what he’s describing here in real world terms. Some people just want to take the blue pill. They want to go to work, come home, have dinner with the family, watch some TV, fuck the wife, go to bed, rinse repeat. They want to be plugged into the matrix because ignorance is bliss.

People simply cannot fathom that the society in which they live, especially sheltered Americans, is totally corrupt and based on lies. That disagreeable fact causes them anxiety so they ignore and refuse to believe it.

My mother is like this. She’s conservative and fairly moderate with covid, but by and large she’s a very compliant, non-confrontational person who just went ahead and followed the rules and assumed that for the most sort the intentions and effects were good. When having this very conversation with her, she mentioned that she does prefer to “take the blue pill”. She rather be ignorant and just go about her life keeping her head down, than to cause a fuss and the stress that comes with that.

While theoretically it makes sense, to me I don’t get it. It’s like knowing your girlfriend is cheating on you, but you just pretend it’s not happening because you’re just happy with the status quo. For me, I cannot just ignore it when I’m being obviously taken advantage of.

JesusWept 7 points ago +7 / -0

Except things **haven't ** always worked out for them. Crash of 2008. Wars in Iraq. Sexual Harrassment laws. "Learn to code." Just a few recent examples that have seriously hurt/destroyed millions of families, because of government activity.

MobileDev4Trump 4 points ago +4 / -0

Most people can't learn to code or if they can hate doing it. It's boring a lot of the time or frustrating for most people. Hell, I feel like I'm never gonna figure how to get X or Y to work constantly and I'm the guy at work everyone comes to for help.

MobileDev4Trump 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yeah, I followed the rules and got screwed over by the poor leadership all the time in the military. In fact, half my workshop would malinger and skate while my crew and I would do all the work and get shit on constantly. "If you do X, you are done for the day." was a daily a lie told to us by our LPO for example.

Thelongrun 4 points ago +4 / -0

What an astonishingly accurate and beautifully expressed statement. Bravo.

Psalm_109_8-13 3 points ago +3 / -0

The sad truth is, most people don't have or take the time to research anything. They hear "their research" from the media, a half hour of local news and a half hour of world news. Sad, sad state of affairs.

Cianevalies 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not me

KillAllPedophiles 3 points ago +3 / -0

The supply chain is on the brink of collapse. The elites have overplayed their hand and couldn’t have predicted just how far this would go. The vaccines will never go away because they are a prop to give the illusion that there is a threat and that the powers that be have it under control. They can’t live forever in their bunkers in New Zealand. Even if they are sitting on 50 years worth of freeze dried food, they still know that they need to open the doors at some point, for their own sanity.

MakinBacon 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes, but even if they are allowing the problem and need to change, they aren't the cause and should not bear the blame for this. This is the loss of innocence of humanity, you can say it's naive or stupid, but ultimately, the governemnt and pharmaceutical companies and big tech need to be limited in power enough to prevent this.

Sansa_Belt 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is it... the red pill, blue pill choice, and most have chosen the blue pill in the case described. It's the easier choice afterall.

Auroraalpha 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yup, already tried to awaken many. They are so demoralized, they dont even have faith in their own words, or clot shot.

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malooch 2 points ago +2 / -0

pfizer laughing at everyone rolling in the 33 billion they made in 2021 with their greek diner owner looking ass ceo

DiscoverAFire 0 points ago +1 / -1

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T-Bear 2 points ago +2 / -0

I believe the Late Great Maha-Rushie said it the best...back in the '90's :

Ignorance is the MOST expensive commodity people invest in.

Dudemanfoo 2 points ago +2 / -0

When people start shooting the globohomos / politicians / big pharma execs... they are gonna be SHOCKED when they find the shooters are libtards who found out their health was taken from them for money...

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Hedonismbot 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is no spoon.

VoltronGreen1981 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Matrix.

17pat76 2 points ago +2 / -0

As they should. Lessons learned in blood will not be soon forgotten. Aussies must over throw their government. That’s is the only option. Nobody is coming to help you.

CMDRConanAAnderson 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's the worst part of all of this, they're deceiving us under the impression they're helping us. We're supposed to trust our doctors and the correct response is to distrust everything they tell us. Just like the media, they're supposed to be on our side, distrusting them is admitting we have a serious problem on our hands.

JustHereForTheSalmon 2 points ago +2 / -0

The most important IQ test in the world.

jermzdeejd 2 points ago +2 / -0

Brutal to listen too, but you really have too.

AmericanMan00 2 points ago +2 / -0

ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX have ignored the internet to the point that they've become irrelevant. They've resorted to feeding an anti internet narrative to the last folks that are watching these old legacy media companies.

Alcibiades1473 2 points ago +2 / -0

100% this. I knew a girl who found other womens panties in her long distance boyfriends room when she visited him. She knew he lied about them being his sisters panties. She said she was just going to choose to believe him and moved across the country to be with him. I knew then many people would rather believe a fantasy then face up to the truth

The_Left_The 2 points ago +2 / -0

Of course, we did the same thing when we ditched our electoral process and allowed the 2020 steal to happen. It was much more comfortable to sit and complain and believe that someone else was doing the hard work than to actively sign up as a poll worker or a precinct captain.

So easy to "trust the plan" when we were actively abandoning our posts.

We can't let it happen again.

krepoisbest 2 points ago +2 / -0

UK ending mask mandates. Seems almost too good to be true. Good news.

TaxDollarsHardAtWork 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's worse than just ignorance, it is willful ignorance. None are so blind as those who refuse to see.

LoobintheToobin 2 points ago +2 / -0

“This is your lot, the portion I have measured out to you, declares the Lord, because you have forgotten me and trusted in lies.” ‭‭Jeremiah‬ ‭13:25‬ ‭ESV‬‬

1 Peter 1:13-17 (ESV) 13 Therefore, preparing your minds for action, and being sober-minded, set your hope fully on the grace that will be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. 14 As obedient children, do not be conformed to the passions of your former ignorance, 15 but as he who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, 16 since it is written, “You shall be holy, for I am holy.” 17 And if you call on him as Father who judges impartially according to each one’s deeds, conduct yourselves with fear throughout the time of your exile,

Leave_The_Kids_Alone 2 points ago +2 / -0

well said. People just can't comprehend historic happenings. They are conditioned to think historical events won't continue.

BurtMcGirt 1 point ago +1 / -0

That sounds like something most of my liberal friends would have agreed with me on, two years ago.

TheOneWhoKnocks 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is a very interesting read. I've often wondered what makes some people such mindless followers and makes others so independent. I was never a follower. In fact, I am almost a pathological rule breaker/bender, largely because I always think "Why should I follow a stupid rule made by an idiot?"

When this guy says these people are the ones who always followed the rules and it always worked out for them, I think it gives me a little insight into why I am the way I am. I had a rather unpleasant time as a kid and a young man, one of the characteristics of that time period being that I (mostly) followed the rules and I STILL GOT FUCKED regularly. After enough of that, you become someone who questions every thing and every "authority".

I used to think it was a kind of curse, while watching all the happy drones enjoying their cookie-cutter lives and I would wonder why God took it easy on some people and kicked the crap out of others, but, given what we've seen in the last couple of years especially, I realize that my experience and the resulting attitude were actually a blessing, because I have never, not for one micro second since this shitshow started, fallen for a single one of these lies.

I guess I had to take a pretty good beating when I was young to get here, but I'd rather be where I am now than on my 5th booster and praying daily to Lord Fauci.

Bulletbh 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's hard to believe that all my conspiracy theory efforts since the days of the X-Files have all been leading up to this and may just save my life. My family that used to call me crazy now admit I was right yet they still took the vax.

I guess governments keeping people ignorant so they can use and abuse them never goes out of style.

TheKeknadian 1 point ago +1 / -0

pointing fingers and speaking my mind always got me into trouble right to the day i retired. Dumbass people aforementioned dont like that one bit.

But niow i`m retired and dont HAVE to interact with dumbasses anymore...I just cut them off of my environment and walk away never to bother with them again. That is my idea of being free (for now)

jimboonie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Many of these people are going to experience an actual “consequence” for the first time in their tiny lives.

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missfrew 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don't believe all the hype. We are having massive protests every week.

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Susurro 1 point ago +1 / -0

Spot on.

maga_jon 1 point ago +1 / -0

It’s really hard for a lot of people to face the truth. when you realise how corrupt things are at the top, your whole worldview is shattered. You have to reflect and re-evaluate everything about your life. You realise all the lies you’ve been living with - it’s painful.

That’s why, when faced with information that requires a world view overhaul, most people reject it, won’t take it seriously, etc

slgmushroom 1 point ago +1 / -0

Read the book of Revelation, Pedes. This was foretold millennia ago. For centuries scholars couldn’t imagine how it would be implemented. I am NOT DOOMING. The playbook has been revealed and the end is inevitable. Billions of people will willingly accept the mark of the Antichrist. The only Savior is Jesus, the Son of the living God. Confess your sins and be saved.

Greenhills 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because in the end, we’re all cowards cut from the same Jewish god.

OneBigMaga 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cancel your medical insurance. Kill big pharma and stop taking drugs that doo more damage than good.