The silence is deafening.
It has been for the last few years.
At what point will common folks at least discuss or accept what has happened to our country since the beginning of covid?
Trying to get meaningful explanations of current events is, for all intents and purposes, useless, if you are still using the alphabet channels for your information. The bias is frightening. There have been many events that have occurred lately that have gotten little more than lip service or any news coverage at all.
To punish myself, I started to make a list of some things that a lot of people may, or may not, be aware of. A lot of these are current and a lot have happened over the last few years. I fear there are quite a few people that just don’t care. The elderly are just ‘running out the ground ball’ and as long as Social Security and Medicare keeps flowing, and a lot of the newest generations don’t have the mental capacity to understand long term effects of certain situations.
It’s all becoming quite depressing. The list is quite long and is in no particular order.
Train derailments and truck accidents with deadly chemicals.
Destructions of food processing plants.
Destruction of poultry plants.
Social media using bias to censor opinion.
Forced poisoning of adults & children by experimental vaccines.
Educational systems becoming ‘indoctrination’ centers for children.
Crushing national debt.
Reports that our government orchestrated the destruction of the Nord Stream pipeline.
Possibility that government entities are being used against regular citizens for political purposes.
Pornographic books in many school libraries across the country.
NATO pushing more and more to WWIII.
Two-tiered justice system depending on political affiliation.
Hunter Biden laptop revelations.
Men infringing on female sports.
Attacks on Christians.
Possible influence peddling by current president and his family.
Inflation, gas prices, rising cost of energy.
Food shortages and unbearable grocery prices.
Apparent unending supply of money to Ukraine.
Non-existent border control.
Rising fentanyl deaths.
Exploding sudden deaths occurring in younger people and children.
The FTX scandal.
Criminals being released with little or no bail.
Medical community ‘amputating’ body parts of minors.
Ongoing elections problems being covered up at all levels.
Unidentified ‘balloon’ objects being allowed to fly over United States airspace.
Assisted suicide and euthanasia becoming more prevalent around the world.
Catholics being targeted as ‘white nationalists.
Climate experts being mysteriously silent about latest environmental disasters.
Personal tax burden getting higher and higher.
Tons of IRS agents to investigate your $600 purchases.
There are still some things that can be added to the list, but by now, I think you get the idea. All of these have occurred mysteriously AFTER Joe Biden became president. I’m not pointing a finger but when you are trying to make sense of nonsense, the truth is what it is.
There are those that will claim that a lot of the things on this list are ‘conspiracy theories’. I guess that’s possible, but it sure is funny that all of the things on this list have, or are currently, happening.
Keep in mind that I like conspiracy theories……they tend to be a lot of fun. But this stuff is deadly serious.
Before the last presidential elections there were a lot of unsubstantiated stories about a pedophilia cult. I agree that it might have been far-fetched, but is it really? Keep in mind that the courts have already ruled that the list of people visiting Jeffrey Epstein’s Island is due to be released any day now. I don’t expect anything incriminating to be revealed, but at least you’ll know what people you need to be suspicious of. I hope nothing that comes from this release that should be added to the above list but I’m not hopeful.
So what can normal people do about any of this? I’m at a loss myself but I suppose you could try to do what people have done in the past during times of turmoil.
First, believe nothing a politician says. I would tell you to make sure you vote but they’ve pretty much rendered that a waste of time.
Stand up for yourself on a local level. If you perceive something to be ‘off’ in your neighborhood, research it and then react if necessary. Local government, school districts, county officials. It is your right (so far) to question ANYTHING.
Find a church that can guide you through the worries of day-to-day life. (Unfortunately, traditional churches are gone so that may be a tall order. If they ask for money before that offer support, then they have rendered themselves useless. Still, there a few good men left in the clergy so seek them out.
Don’t be afraid to offer your opinion. And try to be at least a little knowledgeable about what you’re commenting on. The easiest way to do that is determine what is right, and what is wrong, and state your case.
If you cut through the bluster and misdirection, right is the only thing that matters.
No matter how terrifying it may be.
Acting on your best behavior, Turn your back on Mother Nature