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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

"The bureaucrats & science retards responsible for the last three years of destruction and mass medical experimentation are unrepentant and eager to do the same thing all over again"

Thank you. Too many people have been talking about forgiving the perps so we can move on. I am fine with forgiving them just as soon as they admit their faults and sincerely beg for forgiveness.

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It’s Christian to forgive. It’s stupid to forget.

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Forgiveness is predicated on repentance and atonement. Just exactly what is it 'they' are capable of undertaking that would begin to redress the murderous evil they promulgated for many years with unbridled focused intent upon humanity, and would continue in a heartbeat?

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I think forgiveness should be unconditional. Then again, I often find myself adhering to the “they know not what they do” summation of the insanity we’ve witnessed in the name of Science. I’ve seen clips of the Joker’s speech at Harvey’s hospital bedside used in recent Covid retrospectives, but they rarely use the most terrifying insight that should’ve won the Nolan brothers a Best Screenplay Oscar: “People are only as good as the world allows ‘em to be.”

I should state that this in no way precludes the inalienable right to defend yourself in the face of tyranny.

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An existential asymmetry appears in forgiveness? It seems a one sided act with clear elements of self-sacrifice, particularly when evil is rampant and relentless? It may be reassuring that evil ultimately becomes the author of its own demise but it is not comforting, nor is it an aid to forgiveness when one is just another statistical consequence. There seems greater symmetry when the miscreants face the full force of righteous anger and justice?

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Forgiveness has an important element for the one doing the forgiving completely seperate from the wrong doer: it means you've let go of hate, bitterness, rage, anger and all kinds of negative emotions that otherwise destroy you from the inside out.

Forgiveness doesn't mean excusing and condoning evil.

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I agree. Forgiveness strikes me as a desirable act at an end point when justice is served. However, in the face of premeditated ongoing multi-axial evil, ongoing forgiveness cannot be a running act of absolution (which neither excuses nor condones). Even the specific, 'forgive them for they know not what they do' misapplied as a generalisation does not hold up. Our friends at the WEF/WHO/BMGF/Committee of 300 et al, are fully aware and entirely cognizant of their actions.

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I also believe forgiveness should be unconditional. However, it doesn't come without repentance. Think about it: what would heaven be like with unrepentant sinners? Just more of the same. In the parable of the prodigal son, the son realized he made a huge mistake, left his desolute lifestyle behind then in humility asked forgiveness from his father. The father freely gave forgiveness, but the son repented first.

Every time Jesus healed someone, he said 'your sins are forgiven, go and sin NO MORE'.

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the "they know not what they do" did not originate with Christ, it was hundreds of years old then; He told the disciples to have swords to defend themselves from the Romans

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If there are no consequences for them ,but lots of forgiving ,as many recommend ,they will do much worse next time and laugh in our face .

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Forgiveness does not remove the individual from the consequences of the sin. God gives unconditional spiritual forgiveness not from the earthly justice. Repentance is necessary on the part of the perpetrator.

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jean I don't buy the argument ,that their crimes of murder will be sorted out in some different world ,after we die .No I don't let them off that easy .The crimes where committed here on earth and must be punished also right here on earth .They murdered my brother in cold blood in a hospital with the treatment protocols ,as many nurses and doctors describe and than lose their licence . You call mass murder a sin ,I call it a mega crime that is still going on to bring the population down to around one billion, .Remember we are not Gods only human and we can't put no one in hell ,but we can punish the most appalling evil doers now .if we had the power .

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A much more God-fearing society than ours--medieval Christendom, say--had much harsher worldly punishments for its criminals than our soft and godless age does. Bring back hanging, drawing, and quartering for this lot.

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we use the wrong translation from the Hebrew; Those shalt not kill should read Thou shall not murder. Murder being an unrighteous killing. A State may execute a murderer, and that is not murder itself, it is part of the maintenance of good order, which is a righteous value.

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I like your translation.

I worry about your conclusion, that we then surrender to the state the right to murder citizens. I will have to think further on this. I have a meme from George Carlin: "If you trust your government you must have failed history class."

I have understood for some decades that government is a protection racket. The first two chapters of Gwynne Dyer's "On War" described the rise of government with the development of agriculture, with the production of surplus food requiring organised protection of the accrued wealth

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I deeply regret your losses and pain. I in no way excuse or justify the crimes. Of course the crimes and perpetrators should face earthly justice; it is just that the corruption is so extensive that everything is upside down. Criminals are free and the just are caged.

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there are many many people behind bars that belong there, some for longer than they were sentenced

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Feels like the old adage “hate the sin love the sinner” is a good summation of my rambling account lol. Constant vigilance in the face of encroaching tyranny.

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I leave that to God for now. We must all be growing weary.

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"I leave that to God for now."

As you should, Jean, because it will always be His will that is done.

"We must all be growing weary."

An insightful speculation, one that also represents a warning. Yes, we are weary, and this weariness is an opportunity for error.

Has a great evil done nothing more than to subside into quiescent wickedness?

What manifests as a call for retribution is little more than recognition that the calls for amnesty are yet utterly devoid of repentance.

Your counsel is wise, but let our weariness not lead us into a premature capitulation to an evil that still grows in power and influence.

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Regarding American propaganda, it's all made possible by mass censorship. Which is why Missouri v. Biden might be the most important legal case in U.S. history ...

https://billricejr.substack.com/p/missouri-v-biden-might-be-most-important

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What's the "end game" here? One is central bank digital currencies, which will be "check mate" for real freedom.

https://billricejr.substack.com/p/this-is-the-3-d-game-of-chess-i-see

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So schneides ,if I murder your brother in cold blood ,you will forgive me as long as you are a christian .They knowingly murdered my brother in a hospital ,with the deadly treatment protocol ,many nurses and doctors describe as lethal and then lose their licence ,because they say the truth .You make premeditated murder

seem an easy undertaking if it is done to a christian ,who will forgive me .Your kind of thinking promotes murder ,don't you think ?+

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see my explanation of the Hebrew mistranslation above. You brother was murdered, and you have every right to want to see his murderers brought to justice.

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90% percent of Christians could not be bothered with fighting the evil over the last three years; except to say they were praying.

What exactly where they praying for? For non-Christians to stand up and do what the person they worship would've done; kick over the tables?

Because I don't remember encountering very many Christians (including friends and family) in the crowds that my wife and me hung out with doing actual resistance.

Maybe we should start by "forgiving" Christians after they've been TOLD what they need to seek repentance for? It's astonishing they'd even need to be told, but they do because I can tell you from first hand experience they are oblivious and/or too chicken shit to face the moral turpitude of their behavior.

They need to get of their knees and stand up. No excuses. Christians were pathetic wussy's and hypocritics to boot.

Maybe they should self reflect and maybe their leadership should tell it straight.

Cowards. The lot of them.

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Cowards wether Christians or not, neutered from kindergarten, schools, universities, employment, taught subliminally that the only reason for living is getting yours... materialism. That alone is were you can shine. Just be a conforming little shit, don't rock the boat. Christianity as it once was no longer exists it is fully subordinate to materialism and thus serves Baal. In fact it must bear some responsibility for as Nietzsche said: Christianity putting a potential strong willed self affirming man on a sick bed.

Very much like the life cycle of cattle, from the pastoral pastures of grass ( not for humans, you don't get left alone for a moment ) to the feed lots, to the slaughter house ( the VAXX jab lotto ) thats the cycle for the average steer. Human recycling is on the upswing as in composting, spare parts, i'm sure there are folks around with an entrepreneurial bent ready to manufacture new human body part fixtures on the sale shelves. It's all very democratic and has the approval of TPTB.

You are just an organism without a spirit or soul, without a god or direction of your own. On earth here you are the property of godlike beings by whose grace your purpose and future will be determined.

The perception of this outrageous lie as being true has nurtured in the subconscious minds of those cow people who will not resist.

Don't be one of them...

Between all humans of all stripes and these only godlike special beings all parts are interchangeable, all of them except the brain wiring circuitry which in these special creatures is sick and demented.

WBJ

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It certainly is Christian to forgive. The gates of heaven are open to anyone judged by Christ to belong there. As Christ said to a criminal on the cross: thou shalt be with me and the father in heaven today, maybe not the exact words but the meaning is clear.

On the other hand Christ also said: give the things that are Caesars unto Caesar, a clear indication that Christ understood that matters of heaven and matters of man on earth are separate.

Besides the new testament is full of retribution against those who transgress the laws of God.

I'm sure turning the other cheek will work just fine with the filth that spawned the plandemic. One thing that will never trouble their conscience is wether they get into heaven or not.

Their God has no heaven, he is temporal, worldly and his seat and domain are right here on earth where he reigns among his people, to whom he has promised the earth and all that dwell upon it.

Our ( not Mine ) God promises life everlasting, in another place, after you shed the mortal coil but only if you have faith and been functioning to his liking and worshipping him in your earthly life time. Do I have to spell out what to his liking means.

So really it's a no contest situation, a God here present on earth who cherishes only one group and loves what they are doing and urges them on to take it all.

Verses another God who holds a long stick with an invisible carrot ( life ever lasting ) as a reward for a lifetime of loving submission.. By the way this everlasting life what does it mean. Fun and games spiritually visiting all the planets. I don't know... Foreverrr.

Religions... all invented by the human mind and always involving control over the mass mind. Masters or slaves which is your kind of God. Or no God at all, a free mind without guilt ( only possible if no organized religion has ever touched that mind ) following only the laws observed as such in nature, and ones own gift of pure good sense.

Yeah it's all murky, in 2000 years it has brought no peace or goodwill to man.

Forgive them father, for YOU know not what YOU do.

WBJ

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I would settle on the technocrats receiving mRNA covid shots every 4 months for the rest of their lives. But then that would require they believe what they keep on claiming.

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That may well alleviate the oversupply of vaccinations on hand.

Good plan!

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agreed. and the real thing. not the salt water they probably used for themselves!

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How? The whole world has prostrated itself before the medíco priests of this new Dark Age

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I'm not fine with forgiving them. I don't care in the slightest if they beg for forgiveness. I just want them gone.

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Forgive them, but also prosecute them and put them in jail.

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I will keep saying, the coronadoom response was merely a trial run to see what they could get away with--and they got away with almost everything they wished for. What has just occurred will be the starting point for the next govt & media induced panic.

As to forgiveness--as soon as they acknowledge and confess their sins, forgiveness could be offered. Not before.

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So Kuhn Kan ,I come over to your place and murder your family as long as I admit my fault and sincerely beg for forgiveness you forgive and forget ? You make mass murder sound easy ,don't you think you promote more serious harm and murder .They murdered my brother in a hospital when he went in there with a flu .He is just one of many ,many more who where murdered that way for money besides the injections that is another means to kill .

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They'll be forgiven when they're swinging from nooses.

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“Admit their faults and sincerely beg for forgiveness”? That brings to mind a couple of aphorisms: If wishes were horses, beggars would ride. Or, more indecently, you can wish in one hand and crap in the other...see which one fills up first. Neither admissions of fault or apologies will happen, because there are no consequences.

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We are dealing here with cold facts ,not wishful thinking .The evil doers have no conscience ,it is silly to believe they are capable of any sincerity and ever feel sorry .There sincere wish is to kill as many of us as they can get away with and they do get away with reducing the human population down to their liking .They even mandate the culling of livestock and preventing food production .The means and ways they use to get red of us ,we see where ever we look .

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I find myself hoping the current or next round of vaccines kill the conformists quicker. It's the only hope for rational thinkers.

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If they keep getting boosters, that might work too.... their IgG4 numbers will go sky high and any underlying health issue will explode...

https://unglossed.substack.com/p/moderna-induced-super-igg4-in-macaques

Maybe another way forward is to force doctors to disconnect from the health agencies- if we can get them to admit that they caused grave harm and many deaths. I’m unsure how much longer they can deny that recommending cancer patients undergoing treatment to get the jabs wasn’t literally escorting people to their early death.

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The international birth rate has fallen below the requisite 2.2 per couple replacement rate.

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Also according to plan. I truly fear for the future of my children, especially my boys, ages, 6, 3, and 1. Famine, endless war or a massive World War (to thin the herd), degeneracy, and filth. Not too mention, they’re non-brown, so God only knows the hell that awaits them in society.

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First worlders don't really have anything to fear since it is the top 1% most wealthy elite that are eliminating what they see as useless eaters. The wealthy elites will never exterminate those in the middle class that can do what they are too ignorant or indolent to do for themselves.

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Jun 3, 2023·edited Jun 3, 2023

Thanks. I feel so much better now.

AI will have much to say about that the latter of your comments.

It’s the rising prejudicial, anti-white animus along with the climate pseudo-crises that concern me more. Policy is being driven by these radical agendas.

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In South Africa we also truly fear for our white children, the future is bleak for them even though they are totally innocent of the previous regime's atrocities

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AI lacks the consciousness to have anything to say that wasn't programmed into it.

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Who are the programmers?

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Well, it was the middle class the bolsheviks got rid of first. Marxism followers lament that too many of the working class have moved up to the middle class.

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And it took the oligarchs to fund the extermination of the bolsheviks.

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The Bolsheviks were Never exterminated, they are still around under a different name. They were funded by by the oligarchs to orchestrate the Red Terror over Christian Russia and try to overrun Europe once they were finished with Russia.

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The middle class are also useless eaters .It was already decided that about half a billion are enough to service the top super humans .

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How can you live now that the Georgia Guidestones have met their appropriate fate?

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Vonu ,we don't need any stones to guide us ,all we need is a healthy critical mind .

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I can still fear living in the pod and eating the bugs.

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They want us afraid. That should be one of our top goals: to not be afraid. If you work through your fear (and it took me 3 years to work through this latest avalanche of fear), you won't be so afraid. They can't do much to us if we aren't afraid, and that's why so much time and effort has gone into making everyone afraid.

We need to inspire the other half to want to work through it, and there are many ways to approach this. Psychological guerrilla warfare, i.e., we can't use what they expect us to use. So if they expect anger, don't use anger. If they expect fear, don't show fear. If they expect, one topic, give another.

This battle has many fronts. We all have some area where we'd be willing to and are capable of moving forward.

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I wholeheartedly agree. Though I have lung cancer (controlled for now), I decided after having COVID, I'm done with living in a cocoon. I go to church, shake hands, hug my family and friends, don't wash my hands constantly and decided to exercise my immune system to improve it! Love others, love life and live it!

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You can fear anything your psychosis demands.

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The birth rate depends on location .In the city of about three million I see mostly young boys and men that are very dark in the face with a black beard .Some seem to be no mote than 14 or 15 with a black beard . They seem to come from places where kids age much faster than in northern countries .It's the white race that is not replacing itself .

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I have nothing but pity for your self-inflicted ignorance.

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Vonu ,you must be a black guy ,with a black beard and a very dark mind .

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I will henceforth ignore your racist ad hominem.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

The turbocharged warping of society and authoritative diktats are only happening because of covid, in that they fucked the world up beyond comprehension and deprived citizens of basic rights and dignities and NOBODY HAS CALLED THEM TO ACCOUNT. Of course everything feels insane right now. They got away with it and so this is very easy. Carbon allowances, meat allowances, travel allowances, whatever. Its part and parcel. And there is no escape. I think about this all the time. I suppose I could learn Russian...

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None of this started with COVID lockdowns. That was just what shoved our faces in it. Safetyism has been chewing away at the margins of human freedom, hemming in our room for action from multiple directions, for decades now. Public health authorities having been imposing their diktats via regulatory fiat for my entire life. COVID was just when it became impossible to ignore.

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"Safetyism". I had not seen that expression before but it is exactly what I have been observing. We all want to be reasonably safe from real hazards, but the endless "No one is Safe until we are all Safe!" propaganda of the last three years has been stifling and cowardly beyond anything I could have imagined. It is a mental illness.

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Just spending a short time out in public ,I see many who are permanently mentally handicapped ,retarded .The mask wearing is for many permanent in all places and conditions .It seems the number is about 25% ,from very young to very old .

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>of the last three years.

More like thirty.

https://barsoom.substack.com/p/safety-last

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Just about the timeline of 'wokeism' as well. People often ask, "just when did this happen? What was the turning point?".

All I can say is it goes way back and you are a frog in a pot boiling.

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Woke started with the civil rights movement.

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Perhaps, but I frequently go to MLK’s “I have a dream” speech to counter the Woke argument of identity’s supremacy: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by their character.”

How does that relate to your claim here?

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I heard someone say recently that a great many, if not most, people prefer safety and security over freedom.

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The blind poet John Milton wrote (in Samson Agonistes) Men would rather bondage with ease than strenuous liberty.

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If we want freedom and security we must avoid politicians and their demands not look to them as our salvation .

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I dont disagree but you have to admit the speed has accelerated significantly after covid

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Yes, as I said - COVID made it impossible to ignore. Shoved it right in our faces. And of course, after decades of placidly going along with every asinine new imposition from unelected, unaccountable, unfirable bureaucratic busybodies, a huge chunk of the bovinated populace not only acceded to but cheered for an unprecedented stripping of civil liberties.

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Someone on A Midwestern Doctor commented that most people don't want to know painful truth and actively avoid it. I have found it to be true.

People complain about disparate effects of the current administration's deliberate ruining of our society, but are unable or unwilling to connect the dots as to why they are happening.

I once saw a mouse in a python's tank. It was shivering with its back turned to the reptile. It knew what was coming but couldn't look. It reminds me of the people who know something is wrong, but can't or won't look at how trapped in tyranny we are already.

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I grew up in a children's hospital.

So painful truths were learned by osmosis.

As a young adult some of the strangest lessons I learned where how much adults hated the truth. Specifically around health.

I was sitting at my friends house. We were all in finance. Hedge Fund trader from NY was there (not a dummy).

He tells us he is upset because "the hospital sent his dad (stage 4 liver cancer) home with a morphine pump and he had to get his own nurse. I said "how much time do you think he has left"? The HF trader got all confused and angry about my question. He was in denial about his dad dying of liver cancer.

If anything this phenomena has got worse with more technology.

We have this bullshit GOOP "wellness" culture built on a mountain of lies and rich girl grooming products but nobody wants to hear the truth about how to be healthy (which does not include celebrating obesity or drug addiction).

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There is also the belief fostered by the health industry "studies" that such and such food reduces heart disease or cancer or dementia by a certain percent. If you add up all the benefits of each good food, and, of course, exercise, you should never die. That perpetual health notion seeps into our psyches and we are shocked to get a fatal diagnosis or for someone we love.

Our essential selfishness also makes us think that we alone should never suffer the fate of everyone who has ever lived. Eventually, we are all proved wrong.

Life is such an amazing gift that gratitude to the Giver should always be on our lips.

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. . . just like they had been acceding and cheering during those decades you mentioned.

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Exactly. They were trained up to it.

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I am open to suggestions. For real.

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Aggressively rude non-compliance.

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Become a Lone Ranger like me .

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Oh yeah. It firewalled the throttle, but we weren't sitting at idle beforehand either.

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Exactly. "Public Health" is a shameful thing. Dismantle that mofo, ASAP.

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I've got a wonderful example of safetyism: when I got a new dishwasher from Lowe's (like B&Q in England), they closed off ALMOST THE WHOLE STORE! All the aisles where someone carried it on a forklift to the checkout, were shut!! Unbelievable.

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I have one better: Have you read the warnings on white paint cans, "Do not drink?" Who, able to read the warning, would think of drinking it?

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If the plague does not go away soon I may be inclined to drink it .My wife is hiding my bottle again ,so what other solution do I have .?

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Yes, the first instance of it in my lifetime was the seatbelt laws passed in most US states in the 80s and 90s. Those were purely "for your own good" laws. There was no "to protect others" justification; the closest they could come was to claim that fewer deaths and injuries would lower insurance rates for all.

We groused at that one, but we complied when they started handing out tickets. You can draw a straight line from laws like those to the COVID lockdowns.

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Yes, that's a very good example. It was the switch from advisory behavior to enforcement behavior that marked the change. There's a certain kind of busybody that gets infuriated when their advice isn't followed, and relishes the ability to force people to do what they tell them to 'for their own good'.

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When I first stared driving in 1955 there was no car insurance required ,

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seat belt laws prevented deaths in cars, which was very good for both the insurance industry and the automotive manufacturers. Motorcycle helmet laws are good for the populace as they directly reduced the numbers of young men with catastrophic closed head injuries that landed them in a vegetative state, put in nursing homes, paid for by Medicaid, ie: your tax dollars.

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Auron Macintyre recently pointed out the left's patronage network taking care of the movement's most effective destroyers. Activists like Chesa Boudin and Lori Lightfoot leave their cities in ruins and then move on to well paid cushy jobs in academia, media, or another favorite is to get a multi-million dollar advance for a book nobody is going to read. Big pharma's revolving door stands ready to embrace all of the worst public health offenders of the past few years. The whole system has been subverted by this type of patronage.

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That's been going on for generations. The managerial class only ever fails upwards. Performance is completely irrelevant. When was the last time you saw anyone in a leadership position held accountable for severe failures in judgement, gross negligence, or criminal incompetence? How many people went to jail for the 2008 crash? How many generals were stripped of their ranks and whipped in the public square for the Afghanistan debacle? It never ends, there are no performance-related consequences for any of them, with the result that they only become more dangerously clownish with every passing year.

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Another good example is the woman at Budweiser behind the Dylan trans cans. An incredible level of brand destruction. And what should be career ending for a marketing executive will instead be a stepping stone.

Ok, but how with this help us sell beer?

Beer??

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I cannot remember the name of the book, but it came out in the 90's and focused on how these food and beverage monoliths came to be and how they were the result of the tobacco monolith needing to diversify.

All I can say is any boycott that begins to damage the conglomerate that owns most of the labels of malted beverage available in the northern hemisphere has my vote (and tacit support, I only buy local anymore where alcohol is concerned).

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But still, other big companies line up to do a Dylan... they're not taking a bribe, surely.

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In the few cases where executives are not devout followers of the new state religion, woke NGOs shake them down to follow orders at the threat of attacks from an ideologically aligned media, poor ESG scores to punish them through oligarchs like Larry Fink, and attacks through a weaponized legal system.

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I've tried living in other places this past year. Everyone everywhere was hit and I haven't yet met anyone who came out unscathed. The deeper the thinker in some ways the harder hit. Now this may sound silly, but I just watched a Prager U video called Unwoke, Inc. and it talks about a number of people who just set about doing what they could do to go against what's happening. (And so many fronts have become battlefields, as you point out). We all have something we can do and something we're dying to do.

One of the things that they have definitely robbed us of, especially these last three years, it's the entrepreneurial spirit that helped build this country what it is, a place where anyone can make it. They have made us cogs on a corporate wheel. And this has dissuaded many from starting out, knowing they didn't have the contacts, the loan, the degree. We need to walk away from those fake limits. Contacts, money, knowledge will come as we move forward with our efforts. That's the last thing the elites want. That's what they ensured with the lockdowns and the closing of the nonessential businesses.

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I love what you wrote!!

What we lack is courage. A people who have been taught that this is the only life will tend to lack the courage to live or die for their beliefs especially if this life is a cushy as it has been for all of us in this last 50-70 years.

A strange fact of life is that those who step out in faith/courage find that life provides a way.

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So true! We have been trained out of courage. We have been trained to love the small box. But life lived outside of it is truly exciting and as you say, the answer is always at hand.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

People like this will always exist. They will also always establish structures, be it today the deep state, political "consensus" across "democratic" parties, lobbying organizations and powerful international institutions, in place of the monarchies, military dictatorships, and feudalism of the past.

The greater problem is that we don't find creative ways to deal with them.

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Our republic was one attempt to limit power by having “checks” on power. Basically three power centers that competed. When I look around at the government we actually have, I see an iceberg tip of power that is the intelligence community, most of it hidden from view. I see an executive that has usurped Congress by legislating through the agencies, taken over its power to make war, and the power to spend. I see a judiciary that doesn’t do justice because that’s not what they were put there to do.

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🎯 Beautiful!

I especially appreciate your use of the pregnant "deal with" instead of the impossible "change."

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No surprises that they've learned nothing except how to refine their technique. Their entire existence is centered around micromanaging human biopolitics as self-appointed administrators of our own best interests, as defined by them. From indoor smoking bans to plant-based dietary guidelines to academic codes of conduct, it just never ends with these people. They won't learn, they won't change, they won't stop. They simply need to be isolated and removed.

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They are not interested in learning anything that doesn’t align with their evil, deluded plans. Not one iota!! Don’t waste another scintilla of time hoping they will. They are not our friends and their plan for us useless eaters is deadly for us. Act accordingly.

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note to self: 'order more ammo'

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When I read your comment it brings an old statement. My father was very fond of saying back to my mind . hope for the best but Expect the Worst.

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There’s so damn many of them....

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they are relatively few, we are many

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I hope you’re right aj.

It’s so hard to know how many we are, simply based on the # of people who went along w/ all the nonsense, but esp the jab. Doesn’t matter if they were true believers or just did it for convenience, to travel or because everyone else was doing it. I think here in the States, it’s only like 25% of us who refused that completely. I find that really astounding & depressing “in the land of the free & the home of the brave”…. IDK if that translates the same to other countries but it’s probably even higher #s of compliance in places like Israel, etc.

And at least for now, even if they’re relatively few, they have incredible power.

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Jun 3, 2023·edited Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

E: "Mark my words: Should they ever be allowed to get the public panic juggernaut up and running again, what they do next will make Corona seem like a mildly rough case of cultural and political indigestion. They’ve learned that the hard limits on their power are far weaker than they ever imagined. Their dark ambitions will hang over us like a Sword of Damocles for decades now."

Maybe. But I suspect that the Ukraine-related disaster in motion won't let them. I don't pretend to know how exactly that disaster will (continue to) unfold, except that a decisive victory for NATO is pretty much impossible. The question is whether those of us living in the West (broadly understood) will merely become collectively impoverished, or whether some major cities will get turned into nuclear wastelands in WW3. A repeat of a corona-like event strikes me as somewhat unlikely under the circumstances.

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The point isn't victory, it's conflict.

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it's chaos to cover theft

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Yes, I agree. The Ukraine disaster will make it much more difficult for the governments to "stoke the fear up to irrational" again. I suppose that is one good thing about Ukraine.

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Too bad for the poor Ukrainians.

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the neocons have always hated them, so they are expendable

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I suspect that war was just a continuation of previous policy on steroids. They were used to launder money back through to American politicians, many of them Dems. Ukraine is widely believed to be the most corrupt country on earth, and they have plenty of assistance in carrying that through. Even part of the FTX collapse was from money from Ukraine, that was sent as cash aid from the US to Ukraine, then 'invested' by Ukraine in FTX, then given to Democrat campaign coffers by FTX. I am sure similar stuff is going on with arms shipments, being sold to other countries out of Ukraine, and the cash going to Ukraine oligarchs, who spread part of it around.

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Ukraine related disaster? To me seems everything is happening according to their plan.

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It’s the nefarious, leading the blind, leading the stupid, leading the mostly apathetic masses.

For those of us paying attention, it’s beyond maddening!

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No truer words ever spoken! I can only look to God above for help in these dark times. I’ve never been so heart broken at the sheer stupidity and lemming-like behaviour from my family and so called friends as I have these past 2 years. Not one bit of self reflection in the vast majority of people over their treatment of the dirty unvaxxed, of which me and my family were of. It forever altered most of my relationships sadly. I don’t trust almost anyone except the very few unjabbed who made it this far. It’s been awful, and what comes next? God help us all!

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Like you, I really suffered from those things. The worst three years of my life. But I feel I exhausted my fear out of my system. I finally saw that it was boring. (Of course, at this stage the reality wasn't as bad by FAR as it could get, but we can only conquer our present level of fear, be it fear for today or tomorrow, so my experience of the boredom of fear is still valid). After this happened, the question was, what's next? The only answer I'm putting any value in is the one based on my faith in God. He has a plan for each of us in this time, a plan to build something new, even if we don't understand why we're being inspired in that particular direction. But there's no time to dawdle.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

Will Europeans ever learn to be free? It seems the role of serf has been a part of the culture for far too many generations.

While in general they do demonstrate how to put on a good mass protest, the follow through of actually changing the behaviors of their "royalty" seems ineffectual. Not that those of the western hemisphere have done much better countering their own multitudes of usurpations.

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We are the successors of the Europeans who had the gumption to leave for a better way. We should have the genes to beat this evil bunch.

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That may have been true, but I fear that once bold formerly European gene pool has been filtered, diluted and polluted beyond recognition.

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Sometimes I think so too and then I read the comments of this and other substacks and I am cheered by the orneriness that lurks in those breasts! With the freedom that exists among the participants we find a bolstering of courage from shared realizations hidden from us for decades by the regulated media. We do outnumber the oppressors.

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Possibly, but far too many sit and watch, vs stand up and lead, and we end up where we are now.

I have no idea what the future holds, but this level of what I used to call felonious stupidity is not sustainable.

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I believe pogo said it best we have seen the enemy and it is us

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

There is no doubt these people want to do it again,at least they exhausted a huge amount of reputation on the Coronavirus that was barely above a cold.Trump for one is literally insane now ,attacking Florida as having a worse outcome than New York with Coronavirus.BTW it would be interesting to see how many olds in New York left the state and moved to Florida to live out there last year or so of their life ,only to be counted in their death statistics because they tested positive for coronavirus at death ,and also the amount of fraud is insane,$13,000 for a positive testers funeral.How many times that box must have got checked.Someone asked Trump about the vaccine this week and he comes across as typical Boomer.

Almost everything a government does that is later to be realized as a mistake can almost always be put in the back of the mind ,the vaccine in their blood and side effects being acknowledged is something that gets harder to be put away everyday,that’s the best short term resistance.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

"when it comes to climate, fear is rational; and that, in consequence, the rational mandate of science would be to spread fear..."

1. Fear is not necessarily rational: it's a response to a threat, real or imagined.

2. Science does not mandate, but bureaucrats do...

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Now often I read in commentaries that the majority population of the planet was and to some decree still is living in fear of an invisible menace called virus ,that is no more harmful as the bug that gives us the cold or,flu every winter .It seems to me that a form of witch graft like in medieval times is still with us .It could be the flu was more severe this time because the eating habits and a lot of the food we eat is so saturated with toxic material .At least we could be more selective in what and where we eat .Restaurants and fast food is not a good way to stay healthy .Even at 87 I buy and cook all my food .No pills or injections of any kind kept me going quite strong up to now .Are people so silly to be scared and fearful of ailments that where with us as long as humanity exists and we are still here ? No way did I experience any fear ,non zero .If you want to fear something fear our wonderful government and that is about the only fear I experience for most of my life ..

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

"The bureaucrats & science retards responsible for the last three years of destruction and mass medical experimentation are unrepentant and eager to do the same thing all over again" until they have accomplished their goal of international bolshevism.

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Beautiful picture. How are things in Austria these days? As I recall, they took the Corona nuttiness up to eleven.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

"Their dark ambitions will hang over us like a Sword of Damocles for decades now."

If we're lucky. If we're not, the Sword drops tomorrow.

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I suspect that the Sword of Damocles hangs over humanity from its beginning -- we are destined to die and we know it.

We in the formerly free West have had the blessing of not experiencing how the rest of humanity suffered from their overlords. We now are awakened to the fact that the same type of old-time tyrants schemed and worked their way into full power over us. In the past it might have been easier to organize revolts, but revolts always end up with a lot of bloodshed.

We, collectively, have lost our manly warrior class and our will to suffer so I doubt we will cast off the yoke.

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Our manly warrior class have been injected with poison and dispersed around the world. We have some home grown that will still be useful, if we can keep them on the straight and narrow

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Yeah, here in the US the CDC and NIH got orgiastic lockdown proponents as their new leaders, and North Korea got a chair on the executive council of the WHO. Here in Detroit, in the state of pharma/China worshipping camp follower politicians, some grantmaking agency associated with Bedrock or Blackrock or the WEF's new Urban Transformation Hub set up a new community center in East Detroit, in itself not a bad idea as it is a hellscape of guns and drugs and poverty, but one of the touted things to recommend it is that it can be used as a shelter during a "climate emergency" Detroit's climate is mostly air pollution, 7 months of winter, and now, in the insect apocalypse, Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, but more stable than most of America. The new sustainability charter, trying to make impoverished residents want to sign up for Net Zero, of course, makes the point that it is racial, that white people don't care about asthma. What climate emergency? Why North Korea? Why Dunning-Kruger braindead lockdown fanatics? Eugyppius is no doubt right, they are frothing at the mouth and drooling with anticipation over something, positioning their chess pieces, or lining up the metaphorical motherships as in the movie Independence Day. Has the countdown begun?

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the Deagel forecast had the US and other western nations of European extraction to be 2/3 depopulated by 2025. Funny, just about the number that took the injections.

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"Haug explains – and by “good” he really does mean that the Academy advised well … “Team Caution” always did everything right … The sensible majority followed the recommendations of the government, the Leopoldina and the RKI. "

That high-pitched whining you hear in the background is George Orwell spinning at high RPM in his grave, as the Academy defines a new standard for "newspeak" (from 1984), where bad is good, wrong is right, and nobody in power is to blame...

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I wish I could return to the high school days when I read that book for the 1st time and thought it was just so ridiculous that it Could never happen, Was somewhere around 14 and knew exactly how the world worked and how all people would behave forgotten a whole lot since then.

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The bio medical tyrants have learned nothing from their total COVID failures except the intoxicating memory of the rush of power flowing through their veins as they issue one community crushing edict after another. When the next scamdemic arrives - which it most surely will - just like an addict they will seek an ever increasing “power high” by issuing even more tyrannical and useless edicts to the slumbering masses. The only way out is mass non-compliance.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

@eugyppius have you seen that Chris Nahr died three weeks ago: https://www.eugyppius.com/p/study-healthcare-experts-and-academics/comment/16331968

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thank you for this link, I hadn't seen this comment.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

yes. I tried to notify you on containment/tutanota but maybe that address is no longer active. He was a great man and part of a great community.

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Jun 3, 2023Liked by eugyppius

That’s terribly sad :(

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