I dislike conspiracy theories. I was once threatened for not believing in one. Not exactly the way to my heart.
But gee whiz, anyone with half an eye can see that this world sure has become easy to scare. And a lot of people have openly worked to make it so.
Here in New Jersey, our Far Left euthanasia-loving governor has admitted they’re gonna have to shut down all the public schools “for a long time… in a matter of days,” on account of the coronavirus. (Wait’ll they find out how well we can get by without schools and colleges. Heh-heh!) It’s happening all over the country.
I’m not here to propose a conspiracy theory. I’m here to jog your memory.
How long ago was it that the nooze media and certain politicians were trying to scare our pants off with measles, fercryinoutloud?
And then we had that whole Green New Deal/Greta Thunberg business, literally trumpeting the end of the world in–what? ten years? seven?–and this time trying to stampede us into the arms of a world government run by commie wackos. Greta sez How Dare You! Government gotta DO SOMETHING. Etc., etc., blah-blah.
Have we discovered panic can be habit-forming? Let me be the first to say so, in case they’re handing out a Nobel Prize.
So now we can’t buy toilet paper at our supermarket. And now we are asked to believe the same nooze media, the same politicians, who have been caught brazenly lying about Climbit Change more times than you can count with an abacus. Which is not to say the coronavirus isn’t real. But it is to say it’s awful hard to believe people who have become notorious for lying and spreading scare stories. And whose political agenda requires it.
One can’t help being suspicious, anymore.