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    • Fri, Dec 31, 2021 - 03:55pm

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      FLCCC-Omicron video – 12 takeaways for busy PPers (redux)

    Note: I edited the list and then it totally disappeared from PP when I submitted, so I’m reposting (good to have backup…) bc some folks seemed to find it useful. Apologies if the original post bubbles up again somehow and we have two of them. Cheers and HNY.

    Thanks Rocky for the FLCCC video and the helpful start/stop timing signals.

    Some quick takeaways for the super-busy getting ready for Auld Lang Syne:

    1. Omicron rapidly outstripping Delta in new infections, but the more serious Delta is still a concern; if you had to choose one to get, get Omicron, not that you really want it;

    2. While Omicron appears milder and less lethal than Delta it’s not a joke–people get sick, fell miserable, and can present with long haul sequelae, which are no joke;

    3. Vitamin D levels are important (50 is optimal, need to be tested to measure; you can’t just guess); best taken daily or weekly, but don’t do a monthly megadose, bc that can cause toxicity;

    4. Early treatment still the key to everything; build terrain (i.e., don’t wait till infection to start taking D, melatonin, etc.; you want them already in system.

    5. Re whether IVM prophylaxis can cause resistance, both Korey and Marik say the chances are remote bc of the way IVM works on both host and virus;

    6. Omicron blowing through people whether vaxxed or unvaxxed, so the official message to step up vaccinations makes no sense and is harmful;

    7. Omicron infecting the previously infected; therefore the “one and done” theory does not apply, at least not to Om; there may be some emerging signal that Om might help prevent subsequent infection by Delta, but the data is too nebulous so it’s too early to say for sure;

    8. US data cannot be trusted re infections and vaxx/unvaxxed rates bc while declarations are made from on high, data–esp. granular data–are not presented;

    9. UK and Israel have much better data;

    10. Pfizer’s own data in NEJM shows that all-cause mortality is higher in the vaxxed than in the unvaxxed; this data was buried in the paper, but it’s there, and no one wants to talk about it;

    11. Censorship and intimidation are destroying science and medical care; these good-natured docs model good communication, scientific disagreement, flexibility in changing their positions when the evidence suggests that a change is necessary; dogmatism doesn’t work in science, but that’s what we are getting from our authoritarian agencies;

    12. My own personal takeaway is to continue build terrain, stock up on as many of the meds/vits/minerals as I can, stay healthy (exercise, sleep, avoid infection), and have everything organized and ready to roll if sickness and brain-fog kick in. Fire drills, folks, we do those for a reason. And if I get sick, treat early, aggressively, and stay the heck out of the hospital bc those are dead ends of intubation, toxic remdesivir, and frankly murderous withholding of IVM, etc. My NYC bodysnatcher docs and clinic are useless, I’m on my own. My odds are significantly better in my house than in a hospital ward–that’s sobering; welcome to the Middle Ages.

    Happy New Year, folks, and see you on the other side of midnight. T.

    p.s. Pierre Kory’s year end letter.

    • Fri, Dec 31, 2021 - 03:15pm

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      Dr. Pierre Kory’s year-end letter with 4 essential points

    Pierre Kory’s clear and useful letter, which contains many links, is organized under these four essential (verbatim) points:

    1.     Do no harm does not mean do nothing;

    2.     Treating COVID is about more than ivermectin;

    3.     Many doctors are too cowardly to speak out; and

    4.     The powers-that-be can’t keep the truth hidden for long

    A special salute to Drs. Kory, Marik, Meduri, Varon, McCullough, and all the other front-line clinical doctors who pioneered safe and effective treatments with cheap, repurposed drugs, and suffered extreme abuse, slander, alienation, and job loss–yet who still keep on fighting for their patients, scientific integrity, and truth. Their faces will not appear on TIME magazine as People of the Year, but we live in the Kaliyuga, so that’s to be expected. Stay well, stay sane, and God bless.

    • Fri, Dec 31, 2021 - 11:07am

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      the elite quest for total power and obedience is in furtherance of …?

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for the post & link; very good stuff.  Another excerpt:

    True power lies in making people afraid of something that does not exist, and making them abandon reason in the name of protecting themselves from the invented threat.

    To guarantee you have control, you must make people see things that are not there, make people live in a reality you build around them, and force people to follow arbitrary, contradictory rules that change day by day.

    To truly test their loyalty, their hypnosis, you could even tell them there’s nothing to be afraid of anymore, but they need to follow the rules anyway.

    Maybe that’s the point. Maybe the story isn’t supposed to be believable. Maybe the rules aren’t meant to make sense, they are meant to be obeyed.

    Nonetheless, as plausible as Tyler’s case is in showing the elites are after power and obedience, he doesn’t address the ultimate question: What’s all the mind control in the service of? Just for the sociopathic pleasure in seeing human doggies get on their hind legs and beg for a treat? Just to run the mad herd off the cliff? What’s the end game?

    Perhaps it’s all empty manipulation, yes, but it seems more likely that the Taming of the Herd must be in the service of a goal. Many in the uber-powerful billionaire and deep-state bureaucrat class may be sociopaths, but they’re not completely dumb and don’t do things purely for idle purposes. One doesn’t become a billionaire without clearly defined goals and strategies to get one there.

    The most plausible theory of motivation may shape up to be the (“former conspiracy-theory”) one about the Great Reset, one-world government, tightened control of populations and resources, diminished expectations re living standards and individual liberties, the toppling of the Western value system (of inalienable human rights), perhaps deliberate population reduction to arrive at a more manageable and sustainable number of human creature on the face of the overtaxed planet, etc. [***]

    The final chapters of RFK’s magisterial book plainly show how the pandemic has been war-gamed for decades, and the goal has always been harshly authoritarian, censorious control via vaccines and data-tracking, and never about public health and early treatment; on this site, Chris Martenson and others have (hesitatingly at first) articulated this theory–and it’s fair to say that we all struggle with the prospective reality that there may be something very, very sinister afoot (esp. re intentional depopulation/genocide).

    People of good will are easily and invariably taken advantage of because they cannot conceive of doing certain evil things themselves. Let’s see how this plays out, but let’s also be vigilant, defend ourselves, and where we can, take the offensive. (Sun Tzu: offense is for times of surplus; defense for times of lack.)

    “Every time I think I’m being cynical, it turns out I was being too naive.” — Bret Weinstein, quoted often by Pierre Kory.

    Happy New Year, T.

    [***edit/afterthought:] A major flaw of the elite master plan of genocide-via-vax (if that’s what it is) is the indiscriminate killing that will unfold if the vax is indeed a death shot. What if all our nuclear engineers take the shot? Offshore drillers? Surgeons? Coders? Farmers? Military (who are forcibly jabbed); that’s a lot of death, and the loss of human capital, brain power and skill will mean the collapse of their dystopian vision. No pilots or mechanics to fly and service the private jets to Davos; no oil drillers to extract the petrol; no ranchers to raise the beef for their filet mignon when the underlings are supposed to eat crickets. (Heck, no one even to reliably harvest crickets.) If that is indeed the plan, and the virus/vax the means to the end of population reduction, then that is indeed mighty dumb. It’s not a good strategy to shoot one’s pilot in mid-flight without any idea of how to fly or land a plane.

    • Wed, Dec 29, 2021 - 05:31pm

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      Witness in NYC: you can find THAT here

    I’ve been living in NYC, Bronx, East Side, and Harlem. It’s a weird place at a weird time. It’s not as bad as the NY Post might make it out to be, and in 2 years I have not seen the police enforce a single covid restriction (it’s more the public scolds who do that, or the under-pain-of-duress owners) but in my view, the city is definitely worse than it was two years ago. The Empire State is the Entropy State.

    Since perception is reality, you can see what you want to see in NYC:

    i.e., if you want to see a city falling apart and swirling the drain into the 1970s, you can find that;

    if you want to find vacant shop fronts and garbage on the streets, you can find that;

    if you want to find new restaurant starts, and brand new businesses, you can find that;

    if you want to find sidewalk cabanas packed for Sunday brunch, you can find that;

    if you want to find panhandlers with their pants falling off vexing those same diners, you can find that;

    if you want to find the can men with their bikes and carts of a thousand cans and bottles, you can find that;

    if you want to find anti-theft sensors in the gutters after thieves have brazenly marched out of stores with their arms full of merchandise, you can find that;

    if you want to find condos selling for millions of dollars, you can find that;

    if you want to find buildings sitting on the market for a long time, you can find that;

    if you want to find new construction, you can find that; if you want to find stalled construction, you can find that;

    if you want to find restaurants enforcing or not enforcing vax card requirements, you can find that;

    if you want to see parents lining up their kids to get vaxxed at pop-up tents or Walgreens or the Museum of Natural History, you can find that;

    if you want to find a grandstanding, virtue-signaling mayor tweeting anti-cop rhetoric from deep inside his triple-fenced police-protected mansion, you can find that;

    if you want to find people applauding the police at 700pm one month and then chucking bricks and Molotov cocktails at them the next month, you can find that;

    if you want to find kids gunning each other down in the streets, and no activists showing up to proclaim that their lives matter, you can find that;

    if you want to find the candlelit sidewalk shrines of the recently murdered, whose photos are taped to the project fence until they tatter and fall apart in the next rain, you can find that;

    if you want to lose yourself in a fragrant cloud of marijuana from one end of the city to another, coming across nodes of smokers, including motorcyclists, you can find that;

    if you want to see scores of motor bikers and ATV riders popping wheelies and gunning their way up and down the avenues, sometimes the wrong way and invariably through red lights and up and over sidewalks, you can find that;

    if you want to see rats the size of cats on the streets, scuttling across sidewalks, ducking into holes, and harnessed up and hauling subway trains (it’s a green thing, you know), you can find that;

    if you want to see people walking with their heads down, earbuds in, texting on their phones, wandering down sidewalks and out across bike lanes and into traffic, you can find that;

    if you want to find people at their laptops, drinking coffee, working on the next big startup that will disrupt the world and tilt millions into their pockets, you can find that;

    if you want to see multilingual PSA covid propaganda at every bus stop, info kiosk, or subway entrance, you can find that;

    if you want to see droves of people masked or unmasked, you can find that;

    if you want to see people absurdly moving their cars on alternate side parking days for a street sweeper who never comes, but getting tickets from a traffic cop who always does, you can find that;

    if you want to visit the post office to straighten out some misdirected package from USPS, and are hankering for a good old dose of aggressive, no eye-contact resentment, you can find that;

    if you want to find fentanyl zombies staggering up the streets, taking dumps between cars, and passing out on chucked-out, bedbug-stained mattresses, you can find that;

    if you want to see raccoons raiding garbage pails in Central Park, and cormorants at the reservoir spreading their wings to dry like dirty old men in a schoolyard, you can find that;

    cormorants in central park

    if you want to find beauty parlors packed for a wash and blow dry for the Bumble and Tinder Friday night date scene, you can find that;

    if you want to find old folks on walkers trying not to get run down by helmeted ten year olds on Razors, you can find that;

    in short, if you want to find a greased wormhole to the 1970s, and the wild crosscurrents of entropy, ambition, and mass psychosis, then New York City is the place to be.

    • Mon, Dec 13, 2021 - 11:30am

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      PP Book Club: Joost Meerloo: The Rape of the Mind & Menticide (1956)

    Relevant to this thread (and recent discussions of mass formation) is the following 1956 Cold War/post-Korean War classic by Dr. Joost Meerloo, no doubt mentioned elsewhere on PP’s many spooling threads. The text below comes from the publisher’s description. Clicking the link will give longer thumbnail summaries of chapter headings.

    https://www.amazon.com/Rape-Mind-Psychology-Menticide-Brainwashing/dp/1684225906/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=&asin=1614277877&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1

    In 1933 Meerloo began to study the methods by which systematic mental pressure brings people to abject submission, and by which totalitarians imprint their subjective “truth” on their victims’ minds.

    In “The Rape of the Mind” he goes far beyond the direct military implications of mental torture to describing how our own culture unobtrusively shows symptoms of pressurizing people’s minds.

    He presents a systematic analysis of the methods of brainwashing and mental torture and coercion, and shows how totalitarian strategy, with its use of mass psychology, leads to systematized “rape of the mind.” He describes the new age of cold war with its mental terror, verbocracy, and semantic fog, the use of fear as a tool of mass submission and the problem of treason and loyalty, so loaded with dangerous confusion.

    Contents: Part One: The Techniques of Individual Submission.

    1. You Too Would Confess. 2. Pavlov’s Students as Circus Tamers. 3. Medication into Submission. 4. Why Do They Yield? The Psychodynamics of False Confession. Part Two: The Techniques of Mass Submission. 5. The Cold War against the Mind. 6. Totalitaria and its Dictatorship. 7. The Intrusion by Totalitarian Thinking. 8. Trial by Trial. 9. Fear as a Tool of Terror. Part Three: Unobtrusive Coercion. 10. The Child is Father to the Man. 11. Mental Contagion and Mass Delusion. 12. Technology Invades Our Minds. 13. Intrusion by the Administrative Mind. 14. The Turncoat in Each of Us. Part Four: In Search of Defenses. 15. Training Against Mental Torture. 16. Education for Discipline or Higher Morale. 17. From Old to New Courage. 18. Freedom — Our Mental Backbone

    • Fri, Dec 10, 2021 - 11:02am

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      coercion of young minds, reckless roulette with their bodies

    Fine little video; that and 100 million more needed to counteract the round-’em-up coercive messaging inherent in the vax-propaganda buses making their rounds of schools (NYC and elsewhere) to vaccinate school children. This bus seen outside PS 6, UES, Manhattan NYC, 3 December 2021. At least 10 masked kids and their parents awaiting the jab. (A schoolyard full of masked kids out in the open air.) Next day this bus or its clone outside another school in Washington Heights.

    This youngest generation coming up is bound to be the most alienated of the various living generations vying for that title. Just about everyone is failing them: the schools, their teachers, the government, the media, their doctors, “the science,” and most tragically of all, their zealous, brain-f*cked, virtue-signaling parents.

    Gertrude Stein famously dubbed the young born in the 1890s ff “the lost generation,” largely because they were chewed up in the brutal charnel house of industrialized warfare in WWI … behold the New Lost Generation; may they survive, revive, cleanse, restore.

    vax bus, NYC

    • Mon, Nov 22, 2021 - 02:58pm

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      6 stinking dead rats that betray media lies

    Hi Dreinmund, as Casey says, you’ve already nailed your answer.

    We began to smell a rat when there was no description of “the person of interest”–usually a dead giveaway. Had the perp been a Person of Pallor, the headlines would have been instantly screaming “domestic terr*rist” and “wh*te suprem*acy” (tho without the *), and once the mugshot had been released, the deplorable face would be plastered everywhere, with social media scoured for incriminating suggestions of “Trump supporter” and “multiple gun owner” (even if those guns had been neon green water pistols).

    Second rat-stink is that the White House “is monitoring the situation closely and sending out thoughts and prayers” for the wounded and the dead. Had the perp been of the desired hue for MSM propaganda purposes, the teleprompter Prez/Psaki would also be barking the predictable Pavlovian catchphrases.

    Third rat-stink is no immediate tweets and rioting by BLM, antifa, and the other privileged violent syndicates who set the nation on fire for multiple months last year and can burn and loot with impunity (under $1000, please)–indeed under the righteous banner of “justice” (e.g., Nordstrom, etc.). Because while “Silence is Violence,” actual violence is not violence. (2+2=5, remember?)

    Fourth rat-stink is the pious and faux-sanctimonious expressions of the news anchors who frame the mass murder and mayhem event as if it were a tornado or some impersonal act of nature. There is little curiosity about the perp, no suggestion of human agency. In fairness, the media might not know too much right now, but a paucity of facts has never before stopped the media from instantaneous lying, slander, distortion, and race-baiting–and continuing to lie even after their lying is exposed–so their sudden Sunday school discretion is a tell that they’re smoke-screening a politically-inconvenient identity. (Last year the Colorado supermarket shooting story was immediately dropped once the pallid shirtless shooter was revealed to be Arab-Muslim; the Wash DC barrier-rushing, weapon-wielding attacker story of last winter vanished immediately upon the revelation that the dead perp was, alas, disappointingly not white.

    If this pattern plays out, we can expect the fifth rat-stink: the story will vanish ASAP–right after the trite and hollow “thoughts and prayers” and vague laments about “senseless violence”; any critique of the perp will likely be deflected as “the tragic legacy of systemic racism”–or, considering the perp allegedly has a long criminal history and might have been fleeing the scene of a knifing incident (?), the excuse might quickly morph into the tortured (self-defense) trope that he was fleeing in blind fear of being gunned down by r*cist police, as was the unquestionably innocent Mr Blake of Kenosha. Perhaps chemical intoxication, emotional distress–“the anguished rage of the mute multi-generational victim.” No doubt the Rittenhouse verdict will be blamed (Kenosha to Waukesha is 54 miles … though not “across state lines”). Inevitably, too, of course, Trump will be implicated–dragging in the orange bogeyman is always required.

    A sixth rat-stink is that after a quick sentimental honoring of some of the dead, wrecked, and paralyzed, and pointing out the sad proximity to the (unnamed) “holidays,” the MSM and the social justice activists will never ever say any of the victims’ names–just as they never say any of the names of the forgotten tens of thousands of minority-on-minority murder victims; just as they never say the names of the countless kids in my neighborhood struck down by “stray bullets” (–again, no agency–) in their backyards, playgrounds, or ground floor bedrooms; just as they never said the name of the man who was shot in the back down the street from me and who bled out on the stoop two doors down. No name, no media, no activists, no candles. His unheeded blood washed away in the next rain.

    The same gaslighting and mendacious media that lies and distorts about Covid, wet markets, vaccines, HCQ, IVM, early treatments, election integrity, borders, debt, the Fed, forest fires, climate change, presidential mental competence, missing laptops and emails, China, Russia, Uyghur slavery, supply chains, inflation, schools, “insurrection,” “domestic terrorism,” “hate speech,” police brutality, racism, crime, gangs, trafficking, censorship, Big Tech, due process, criminal law, American and world history, logic, biology, common sense–and about the very possibility of Truth itself–will of course lie about the facts and nature of this mass-murder in Wisconsin when it doesn’t fit the narrow propaganda stereotypes of the Narrative Machine. Lying is what they do. To expect otherwise is to expect the scorpion not to sting or the serpent to lack a forked tongue.

    Why do they lie and warp so predictably and shamelessly? To make people mad, confused, divided, helpless–to break nations into bewildered, atomized individuals; to demolish local culture, amity, integrity, and respect for law; to beat the proudly standing citizens (of all races) to their knees, and force them, like the deeply terrorized Winston Smith in Room 101 of the Ministry of Love–fearing the furious face-gnaw of the all-too-living rats (or Tunisian sandflies?)–to finally, in the end, submit to the Lies, to submit to loving Big Brother.

    ralph steadman 1984 rat cage

    Note: Six dead rats is just the beginning; you and I could add another dozen in a New York Times minute–but this is just a comment, not a book, and we all have work to do. Looking forward to the propaganda-pretzels that will come out of this one; “Just when I thought I was being too cynical it turned out I was still being too naive” (Bret Weinstein).

    • Mon, Nov 22, 2021 - 11:04am

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      Ivermectin pills / paste / storage / palatability / quick story

    I have IVM in both pill and paste form, have taken both but leaning more on paste because it will probably degrade faster.

    Re the paste I used to mix some in peanut butter balls but now I just squeeze out the requisite notches and pop it down the hatch with a mouthful of water–barely taste it, no big deal, a bit like Vaseline & Soviet apple sauce, but hey, we’ve endured worse in life.

    I ordered pills in 02/21 via a FLCCC-listed doctor and got from both a compound pharmacy (exp. one year from preparation) and 3mg blister tabs (exp.12/22).

    Also periodically ordered Durvet 1.87% paste via Amazon, eBay and Tractor Supply (after eBay & AMZ jacked prices (8-10x) or stopped selling altogether. Exp. dates on tubes 10/22 and 07/23, so I’m looking at a max of perhaps 2 years stated efficacy from date of manufacture, but it’s fair to say that they will continue to work after expiration date, though how long till the molecules start degrading I don’t know. Box indicates storage between 20-25 degrees Celsius (68-77 F.)

    So it’s fair to say that we will need a gradually rolling supply if this turns out to the Endless Pandemic. Having extra on hand to help others who get sick can be critical as IVM has become hard to source. Ex.: in late September, when the “horse dewormer” pharmaganda blitz hit the MSM, I found I couldn’t get it anywhere without paying a kidnapper’s ransom–if I was lucky enough to find a kidnapper. All Tractor Supply outlets were either not selling, or selling only one tube. I located a single outlet that sold more–in Pittsfield MA–and drove 2.5 hrs to pick up the tubes.

    On my drive back home I got a call from a friend whose 82 y.o. double-vaxxed mother had just flown in from CA and almost immediately got sniffles, fever, and cough. Covid test came back positive. My friend was down to his last mm of paste so I fedexed him 3 tubes and melatonin and within 48 hours his mother was right as rain and clearing the fences in great style. Her son took IVM, tested negative. IVM appears to work–though she doggedly argued that it was the vax that saved her. (Folks, we must have comedy.) Whatever it was–IVM, vax, early treatment–she’s back in the saddle. So it’s a very good thing to have some on hand.

    • Mon, Nov 22, 2021 - 08:15am   (Reply to #2)

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      massive global protests re vax mandates, lockdowns (video)

    Thanks HP, you understood the situation perfectly. I wrote and submitted the post, and then after a long whirl of indigestion, the site declared flatly that there were a 504 error, timing out; taking a patient, meditative breath, I typed out another one (saving it this time), and same thing; after lighting some incense, a third time, same thing (but this time I’d saved only the link to the video…); weary and wanting to hit the hay, I sacrificed to the gods, wrote a shorter version, same thing. Error 404, 504. I contemplated a skydive from my window but desisted (I may be needed on the ramparts). Once more, same thing, shut the laptop. It was not to be. Woke up today to see that three had somehow gotten through, like flak-battered pigeons in the First World War.

    • Sat, Nov 20, 2021 - 11:40am

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      hang in there – and the power inherent in resistance

    Astral-eyes,

    I hear you. It’s definitely tough out there with much to be worried and depressed about. (My own mental skies are often cloudy these days–resembling the tumult between high and low pressure systems.) That fact that you are researching and putting pieces together shows you are a thinking person; the fact that you look at things that scare you (and that most other people can’t bear to see) shows you are curious and courageous. You write clearly, so you have shown you can order your thoughts.

    It’s fair to say, though, that obsession can make the vortex tighter and the mental vise even more oppressive. (I know this from experience.) As bad as things are–and they are bad–it probably doesn’t help us to get into such a high state of agitation that it interferes with daily functioning. Before panic sets in, we need to disengage the mental gerbil-wheel and let the fearful emotions settle.

    A pilot needs to be calm and collected during turbulence–and you are the pilot of your family along with your husband. Deep breaths, spaciousness, meditation, one thing at a time–clarity without losing perspective; all the wisdom traditions shine a light on the way.  (I’m not saying that any of this mind-taming is easy.)

    Roosterrancher above suggests the great outdoors, the natural world, and focused tasks that give your pleasure and joy. I second that–and anything else Wendell Berry has to say.

    You say you can focus well, and want to open a gallery for your art. That could be a goal–and your art can take on the themes you write about here; we are at a crucial moment in history and we need the awakened millions to steer events the right way.  Artists, writers, filmmakers, teachers–we all need to rise up and push back against the high tide of propaganda that is drowning us all in unreason and maddening mindf*ckery. Let’s put our abundant mental energy to productive use–like building a watermill dynamo across a gushing stream to generate heat and electricity.

    Art is upstream from culture, which is upstream from politics; we can raise our voices and pitch in at any of those junctures. When enough people raise their voices, the tune changes and overreaching totalitarians can be checked.

    Part of the feeling of helplessness comes from the feelings of overwhelm and flight. At some point though, the cornered animal, having tried the evolutionarily-sound strategy of escape, has to turn and fight with God-given tooth and claw. In that turning, and in the commitment to resistance, there is a deep surge of power and confidence. And when your resistance is replicated and multiplied by millions of others, we can win. You are not alone. Millions of people think as you do, and there will be millions more in the days ahead–as more people wake up from the brain-eating infections propagated by the nudge factories and the Ministry of Truth.

    Hang in there. Your family needs you, we all need you. And of course you need you. The world is still surpassingly beautiful–always was, always will be–(the trees still bloom regardless of the self-inflicted wounds of the naked ape)–and it’s for us to draw upon the power of the natural world to heal the sewer-breeding insanity of the human realm, which right now is stinking dark and and crying out for exposure to sunlight and wind.

    All the best to you and your family. T.

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