The Road to Freedom
A 50-minute must watch interview calling a spade a spade, and what we must do to turn the crowd to get out of this predicament. The interview covers his most recent essay The Emperor Has no Clothes: Finding the Courage to Break the Spell which has already been posted here at PP by a few different posters.
Interesting discussion about fear, courage, and what it takes to shift the herd mentality.
The jab number in my county has been stuck at 2,562 for a while now, as per interactive vax map at oregonlive.com. Approx. 7,000 pop., around 33% fully jabbed. Also appears folks stopped returning for the second jab.
Surrounding counties have less than 30% fully jabbed.
The thing about rural areas, people talk to their neighbors, near or far. Come into town once a month, merchants and locals know who you are, and where you live. I have given out the PP website to several.
That is encouraging, Kunga, thanks for posting. Here on Vancouver Island, the battle will a tough one. The overall population is about 850,000, with probably half of that in the south region where I am. The last figure I read, about 700,000 had received at least one vax.
Yesterday I attended the World Freedom Day rally in downtown Victoria. I went not knowing what to expect re crowd size or attitudes. There were at times between 50-100 people, most being quiet observers. A few held signs. I talked to a couple of people and they had pretty good awareness. Some knew about FLCCC and Peak Prosperity. According to Telegram, rallies in other Canadian cities did okay but certainly not like the Euro cities. News and info was largely hard to find or censored. There was no reporting at all about any local, national or international rallies in any of our main stream media. The information suppression cloak is thick and heavy!
We are definitely going to need those few good silent people that Julius is talking about to speak out soon. 🙏🏻
In August of 1979, actor/director/writer/comedian/pedophile Woody Allen had a piece published in the New York Times entitled My Speech to the Graduates. For those old enough to remember, this was immediately before the election that year and Ronald Reagan was running against incumbent Jimmy Carter. The piece began with these lines:
“More than any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly.”
Yes, it’s a funny line but remember what was being shown on TV campaign ads. Ronald Regan was going to get us into nuclear war with the Soviet Union. Carter might lead to despair and utter hopelessness, but a Regan Presidency meant total extinction. Choose well.
Flash forward to 2016. Once again we were told we had that same choice. Hillary Clinton might lead us to despair and utter hopelessness, but Trump promised total extinction.
Odd that in both cases the dire predictions did not come true but regardless, in the long run neither the election of Regan in 1979 nor the election of Trump in 2016 stopped or significantly slowed the Long March towards despair and utter hopelessness….
…A few days ago writer Michael Smith published on his Substack “An Open Letter to Joseph Robinette Biden, President of the United States of America,” interestingly subtitled “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations…” It is, as you can imagine, a modern rewriting of the Declaration of Independence, with a long list of abuses and usurpations pretty much mirroring and expanding upon what Prof. Hanson detailed in his piece. He concludes his Open Letter thus:
“Well, sir, we have rapidly come to a point where we find we are no longer disposed to suffer insufferable evils. We believe we have made the case that you, sir, your administration, and your party have no moral authority to govern the right and righteous people of this nation.
“Regrettably, we the people find we must withdraw our consent to be governed by you, your Vice President, and your entire administration and in the true spirit of the founding of this great nation, we do so assert it is our right, it is our duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for our future security and to assure the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.“
Unfortunately, the outcome of such throwing off will not be the outcome of the 1776 Declaration. The thin veneer of civilization will crack and shatter, and an attempt to seize dictatorial power will be made by someone (or several someones). They may be successful. Someone usually ultimately is. But in the interim the destruction of the United States will be thorough. They will rule over an ash heap. A heavily-armed ash heap not too interested in being ruled.
We live in the greatest time to be alive in human history. Fewer people live in abject poverty. Most “poor” people today live better than royalty did 300 years ago. Electricity, running water, hot water, personal transportation, access to the sum total of all the knowledge collected since written history began. I could go on. And we’re on the cusp of becoming a spacefaring species.
Of course it’s time to tear it all down. Human beings are a disease on the planet and it’s time to trim them back we’re told. For the planet, you know.
No, it’s not going to turn out well at all if we finally reach that point of despair and utter hopelessness. Let us pray we don’t achieve total extinction.
The end of that march seems to be approaching ever more rapidly.
Jan I have to compliment you on posting the excellent article by Julius. He offers us some great insights into the tyranny we are facing as well as a possible path out of this mess. I have shared the article on other sites I frequent and have received lots of thumbs up for the article. This is one of our weapons, to share information and spread ideas.
About that tipping point Julius referred too. I had 2 incidences this weekend, maybe a coincidence, but hopefully a trend. An old acquaintance I had been emailing information on the scamdemic since the beginning finally sent a reply to me with links to several articles by Dr. Peter McCullough and others who have been bringing truth to the matter. Another friend of mine emailed me and asked what time the rally was on Sunday belatedly. She was disappointed that they missed it, but said they were sure to go to the next one.
I saw your post about the rally you attended in Victoria. Yes the turn out was disappointing like Winnipeg. Just so you know when I spoke with one of the rally organizers here in Winnipeg they stated that the rallies they organized in early 2020 stated with just 20 people attending, so there is hope.
I don’t know who originally penned this saying, but I believe in it. “No army in the world can stand against an idea who’s time has come”.
I wouldn’t lose heart. The first protest I went to had around 200 people (roughly 5 months ago). Now thousands show up (hundreds of thousands if you look at London). To quote Dr. Vernon Coleman, “People are waking up, and once awake they don’t go back to sleep.”
The media campaign here in the UK is intensifying against those with common sense. I can only infer from that that legacy media is now becoming frightened. Fear is a short term motivator. The longer this drags on the more people will realise that there is no pandemic. There never was a pandemic.
Thanks, goldrunner1. I so appreciate your comment and sentiments expressed. There are times it seems hopeless, but I cannot give up, it is simply not in my nature. I think there are millions of people – Canadians as well as from other countries, who are secretly thinking something is not right with all this BS, but they are too scared to say anything. Julius is right – they may be swayed, much more inclined to speak out if they know they can join others, and not be alone in the spotlight. But someone has to go first, to be one of the ‘others’
We are the ‘others’. Wear that badge proudly! Keep going!
We had an amazing turn-out in Toronto over the weekend. Five thousand maybe 10. Hard to say, but it was the best yet. See https://twitter.com/canmericanized/status/1419018057796792327?s=20
So I’m a bit more hopeful now, something’s gotta give!
Thanks for sharing this essay Jan, it was really well written and very inspiring! I’m in BC where I don’t come across too many people thinking the same way I think and it can get discouraging, need all the inspiration I can get!
Fear, courage, indomitable nature, heroism, freedom, integrity, magnificence, splendor, liberty, misleading, ironic, florid.
Thank you Jan.