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The stories we live by in a society, and as a civilization, are a cross-pollination of narratives, derived from age-old belief systems, traditions, rituals, religions and literature, tempered and adapted organically by modern epistemology, pedagogy, philosophy, cultural context and the purely experiential. There’s an inherent, and perhaps predictable narrowing, or reduction, of the “allowable” within these structures. And because of an inevitable tendency toward identity and ideology, our struggles individually and socially arise as and when this unconscious mechanism is either unwittingly or deliberately used against us.

One can argue irrefutably that there are those who would prefer we, as a species, are forever to be struggling, suffering, fighting amongst ourselves, and completely in the dark about the truths of this world and its history. “They” also have a penchant for twisting and inverting the facts, to have us believe that we are both the cause, and — if only we would buy in to the agenda — the cure to what ails the world, while profiting from all angles; fabricating, arming and funding both sides of all wars; fabricating, pushing aggressively and profiting from any trending, political-issue-du-jour, worldwide threat, apocalyptic, do-or-die (yet utterly fictitious, nonsensical) challenge.

Why do you believe what you believe?

The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.

― George Orwell

Let’s examine the most influential event in recent history: COVID-19.

Looking at the sequence of events of 2020, what came to light in the early days were the worries, questions, theories and criticisms regarding the source of the alleged virus — and right off the bat (and would you believe, even bats were considered a source?) the confusion of SARS-CoV-2 vs COVID-19; what was spreading exactly? The contagiousness, the transmissibility, the symptoms, the infection rate and, of course, the survival rate all became headlines. Videos of alleged events unfolding in China were already causing an uproar. Something was happening in Italy, and New York. Everything quickly became a frenzied blur of panic and hysteria, leading to travel bans, and the now infamous lie “two weeks to flatten the curve”. This logical fallacy was enough to get the majority of the passive, uninformed, unquestioning audience on board, while predominant among the eerily synchronized scripts across the world, time-tested sentiments and slogans such as “we’re all in this together” and “build back better” played on repeat.

Collective ideas give rise to data banks and data sets that bolster and expand the original ideas.

Jon Rappoport

Infection rates couldn’t be legitimately qualified as this “novel” virus was an unknown “enemy” to doctors and health practitioners, and people were presenting with a cross-section of familiar symptomatology from any number of well-known illnesses (such as the common cold, or flu) — though the media was quick to adopt the story of a very contagious, deadly respiratory disease. Why?

The modern matrix has everything to do with how knowledge is acquired.
Television, in the main, does not attempt to impart knowledge. It strives to give the viewer the impression that he knows something. There is a difference.

What many seem to forget about, or be totally unaware of, is something called Event 201, which was an “exercise” staged on live TV in October 2019, in which a novel coronavirus spread globally. Sound familiar? Significant clips of this predictive programming were featured in the heavily censored (yet never debunked) documentary, Plandemic Indoctornation.

Is it always part of their plan to tell us what’s coming? Is that a way of gaining our tacit consent?

This through-line has been presented on numerous occasions, dating back to the false event known as the “Swine Flu” epidemic of 1976 (repeated, unsuccessfully in 2009). It should also be noted that the infamous “Spanish Flu” of 1918-19 has no factual or scientific evidence supporting that oft-cited, oft-repeated narrative, and certainly had nothing to do with a “flu virus”.

Are you seeing the pattern here?

The receptivity of the masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, but their power of forgetting is enormous. In consequence of these facts, all effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand by your slogan.

― Adolf Hitler

The dialogue necessarily shifted toward the decades-old sidestepping device known as the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, famous in research circles for its application in creating and perpetuating the contentious does-it-exist-or-not issue that is HIV/AIDS. The parallels between that and this current scenario are remarkable. There is a veritable mountain of controversy surrounding the incorrect, inaccurate and outright fraudulent use of this “test”. It seems the pharmaceutical industry always has a way to circumvent their wrongdoings, and to obfuscate and mislead the population as to anything truthful in health and medicine.

So, here we were once again: we cannot definitively prove infections, but we can generate all the “cases” we’d ever need to push this fearful fiction forward. That, as we now know, is indeed the story that went astoundingly viral, for lack of a better (or truthful, accurate) term. Sick or not, symptomatic or not, we were all suddenly a threat to one another. To mask, or not to mask, this was (and still is) a humorous, yet hotly debated issue. No logic, no common sense, no science, just fear-based nonsense and ritualistic compliance that the now traumatized children of this era will have to deal with in coming decades.

It is malicious and psychopathic.

Those who had eyes to see and ears to hear weren’t buying it. Not for a second. It all reeked of disinformation, and the collusion between regional, national and international governing bodies and the news media was more than evident. As mentioned above, this has all happened before, a number of times in recent history, yet never to this scale. Had they finally figured out the winning formula?

By the autumn, after numerous public health mandates and restrictive orders, many were afraid to have family gatherings. Not because of a virus (have I mentioned that they don’t exist?), but because of the fear of their neighbors reporting them to the police. That’s Nazi-Germany-level brainwashing, right there.

To add fuel to the fire, seminal Hollywood favorites, and central authorities such as the CDC and the WHO, kept changing their story. (And on that note, think for a moment about how many virus/zombie movies and TV shows have been released in the past 30 years. Still think we’re not being programmed?) They flip-flopped on public health recommendations, revised their own definitions of vaccines and immunity, suddenly and swiftly defamed and suppressed long-trusted remedies and treatments, obfuscated data, reclassified causes of death — and how deaths were now to be reported — altogether stopped tracking the seasonal flu, and became the de facto standard for what media giants deemed to be fact or fiction… for our protection.

What ensued was a next-level explosion of “fact checking” and wholesale censorship across all traditional news and popular social media networks. In truth, this level of mainstream narrative manipulation and control has been ramping up for years, and it seems clear that this planned scenario was used to accelerate the clampdown.

Continuous dire prognostications of returning characters such as Dr. Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, pharmaceutical representatives, popular experts, polarizing pundits, seemingly captured politicians, and utterly entrapped public health officials attempted to solidify the public narrative — the systemic, worldwide narrative — in an effort to stave off the inevitable backlash (again see Event 201); the resistance to very profitable, yet untested, unproven gene therapies (advertised quite misleadingly as vaccines), the inconceivably unbalanced, biased, brutal mandates, lockdowns and restrictions, and everything else that emerged and was conveniently sheltered under the aegis of “emergency authorization”.

The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.

― H.L. Mencken

Now, it is June, 2021, and the saga continues. Wuhan Lab is again in the headlines. Currently, as the alleged vaccines have been rolling out, and while adverse reactions and death tolls directly related to said vaccines continue to rise, we’re seeing the same, society-dividing propaganda playing out as “vaxxed vs unvaxxed”, and “vax vs anti-vax”. It’s a farce, it’s unscientific, it’s dangerous, it’s childish, and it’s unnecessary. It is clearly not what it has been advertised to be. Yet we can see how much the story has taken hold, and how passionate we all are about defending our positions.

In every other field, we define pathological fanaticism by its extreme dogma, taking an absolute position, with no recognition of subtlety and no regard to evidence. This is the attitude of the religious zealot. But in the case of vaccines, the propaganda narrative has turned this common sense on its head.

Josh Mitteldorf, PhD

In the truther community, you’re insane to take the jab; you’re weak, cowardly, and are a threat to the rest of us. You’ve been brainwashed. If you’re a public health officer, you need to do time in prison. This is a depopulation agenda, and the predator class is out to get us! Anyone taking two jabs will be dead by winter! All politicians are corrupt, and are part of the problem. We can’t trust the government!

In the general community, you’re being selfish if you don’t submit to the program. You’re a conspiracy theorist if you question the narrative. In hospitals, doctors and nurses may pin you down and deny any treatment or assistance if you’re not wearing a mask — regardless of whether you have a broken arm, or are bleeding, vomiting and convulsing — and before anything else, ask if you’ve been “vaccinated”. Unless xx% of the population gets vaccinated, we can’t go back to normal. If you want freedom, get vaccinated. Cases are surging again, and there’s yet another variant out there… And, of course, the police and mall security services are dutifully doing their part, and will threaten, assault and ticket offenders of nonexistent laws.

Are we at all disaffected? Are we questioning our loyalties? Are we so agitated, afraid, frustrated, feeling powerless, jacked up on anxiety and adrenaline that rational thought routinely goes out the window? What will it take for us to shake loose the ties that bind our minds to the machinations of the select few?

People are, yet again, causing great harm to other people. Stories have great power to influence and persuade, and those whose aim it is to direct or control the narrative know this implicitly.

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This article is just a brief summary and a general synthesis, based on my own observations and ongoing research. This is only ONE event that has fundamentally shifted the reality of nearly every human alive on Earth in recent history. Think about the other impactful events that have happened, just in your lifetime. What do you believe to be true about those? Are you sure?

For further research, I recommend Christian Elliot’s article 18 Reasons I Won’t Be Getting a Covid Vaccine. It is an extensive, critical examination of this whole scenario, wherein he asks many of the seemingly obvious and important questions. The article goes into great detail citing numerous resources, references, government statistics, studies and much more.

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Your whole life has a narrative structure. Values, beliefs, actions and reactions derive the roads and paths we invariably pursue, and those we do not. Be careful and consider deeply what you choose to adopt into your story and your prevailing reality — and that which you may adapt to unconsciously.

Thoughts, words and ideas (applied consciousness) are imbued with limitless creative energy, and it is our responsibility to use them to not only reclaim the narrative, but to benefit our own health and wellbeing, and to write and live out our stories based on what is real and true.

Solvitur ambulando