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The Fallacy of Wide Brushes

Just as far too many health-related concerns have since mid-2020 been aggressively corralled and crammed haphazardly into the soon-to-be-infamous “covid containment” ideology, so, too, are disparate and conflicting ecological and environmental concerns being relayed to “climate change” (or, green ideology). In both camps, alarmists and experts alike have been saying “the science is settled,” which, of course, it most certainly is not.

The Lie Always Pulls You In

If you are living far enough away from “civilization,” you may have no real concern about the seemingly exponential increase in madness permeating the modern world. Perhaps you’re able to exist within it, but not be adversely affected. Perhaps you’re pretending, carrying on with life regardless of what the powers-that-be are scheming and implementing and forcing upon humanity. Perhaps you’re ready to call it a day.

In Human Terms

Humanity, it seems, both intrinsically and as a collective, is forever under seige. The ongoing vaccination, sterilization, and dehumanization campaigns are quite evident across the modern world, as we’ve all been conditioned by the bell’s toll, by closed systems thinking, and by the toxic needles.