Please understand this. If you get rid of all the little governments that we know as “countries,” and replace them with one big huge government that will govern the entire world… the results will be horrific. Unimagineably bad.
But then, of course, it’ll be too late to do anything about it.
Anyone who wants to give that kind of power to the likes of John Kerry has got more than a few bats in his belfry.
According to the ideology of hyper-humanism, government can create a risk-free, trouble-free, paradise of a world if only it’s given enough power–lots and lots and lots of power–and human beings obey that power… one way or another, heh-heh.
So it makes sense to teach adults a habit of obedience, as if they were toddlers or dogs. Adults get ideas above their station. They think they can live their lives without government telling them how to live. Tarnation! We’ll never get paradise if people don’t obey the government!
Now, according to a confidential source who is not to be relied on for a minute, the whole COVID-19 pandemic was designed as “a course in obedience” for the entire adult human population. The idea is, obey or the virus’ll kill ya. Obey no matter how big a hardship it is–lose your job, lose your business, lose Christmas with your family, wear a mask all the time, wear two masks, endure that jackanapes Fauci on your TV screen and pretend you believe him… All that hard and annoying stuff. Of course it’s not going to do you any good. The whole idea is to teach you to obey.
Just like if you were a dog.
So, sure, the nasty virus does really exist, they did take the trouble to brew it up in the lab and let it get loose, and heaven help you if you’re a patient in a nursing home and a COVID case comes in–
But like the man said, never let a good crisis go to waste!
After all, we believe that sinners and fools can create a government that’s neither sinful nor foolish… don’t we?
The CDC, he said, “will continue to provide official guidelines on what you can do in the workplace, places of worship, your friends,” etc. “What you can do.” The government will decide what you can do. “We will issue guidelines on what you can and cannot do when fully vaccinated.” Again, it goes without saying that you will not be able to choose not to be vaccinated.
Self-governing republic, eh?
But of course, once you’ve mastered the art of stealing elections, you can do anything you want. They’ll never be able to vote you out.
Plutarch tells us of a king of Sparta who enacted a lot of silly and exasperating laws–to teach his people, he explained, a habit of obedience.
Is this what’s being done to us?
No singing allowed! No cheering. Double face masks. Triple face masks! No Christmas, no Thanksgiving, no buying seeds or paint–no talking allowed in the supermarket! All of these and more have been imposed upon the people in what used to be called the Free World.
“Because COVID!” That’s the universal reason. Not that they’ve given up on Climate Change, but COVID has pulled far ahead of that.
But what if COVID’s not the reason? What if the whole idea is to prepare us for The Great Reset by teaching us a habit of unquestioning obedience?
What if they’re just trying to see how far they can go with provoking, exasperating, and confusing us? Keep going until they reach some undefined end point? If there even is an end.
Wear your face masks indoors and outdoors, you silly little proles. And better than a family get-together would be a virtual gathering. And by all means “Avoid shouting, cheering loudly”–is there even such a thing as cheering softly?–“or singing.” No singing allowed!
Sure sounds like fun, eh?
When are they going to pull down the Statue of Liberty?
You know what this is? It’s that creepy hyper-humanist ideology that insists that The Smartest People In The World can solve every problem, overcome every obstacle, as long as they’re given enough power to order everybody else’s lives. Yup–there’s no such thing as a crisis they can’t manage.
They’re treating King COVID as the deadliest disease in history, when obviously it isn’t, and we don’t know why. They also treat it as a problem they can solve, although so far all of their “solutions” are noteworthy for not working.