Occasionally, you have to view this life from a broader perspective. There is no shortage of anything in the world. Nature provides it all in abundance; there is ample space, and everything can balance or heal itself, given the absence of poisons, toxins, insults, conflicts, trauma and unnecessary intervention.
All plays have a script, a cast, director, a stage, props, rehearsals, and ultimately, the show’s run. The ongoing plandemic of 2020 is part of a broadly orchestrated, long-term, well-funded play, covering many aspects of society as we know it. Many may still believe it to be a story about a virus — a novel, mutating contagion infecting, hospitalizing, and killing countless millions all over the world. Nothing could be further from the truth.
This is about Canada’s treatment of its indigenous peoples over the past century and more. It’s not an easy topic to discuss, and I believe that most of us are ignorant as to just how terrible it was.
Ever since we’ve had psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, pharmaceuticals and grandiose illusions of purpose, meaning and happiness, we’ve had stigmatization and violent prejudice toward those who don’t sort nicely into categories of “normal” behavior. We’ve also dehumanized vast swathes of societies in favor of political, ideological, economical or dogmatic ignorance and stupidity.