“If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face–forever.” ~ George Orwell ~ 1984
A system whereby you must obey whatever nonsense is presented to you in order to just etch out an existence, is still a system of nonsense, fascism, and totalitarianism. We might like to cast its ugliness into the background of things in our minds that we don’t want to think about..but it’s still one giant turd that we won’t be able to ignore forever.
If you might desire to take a more natural approach to whatever is ailing you, and you might need a few tests that maybe only hospitals can perform (i.e., MRI, Ultrasound and the likes) if you don’t belong to their cabal of accepted doctors, good luck fetching the needed test that might determine such insignificant things like tumors and cancer. You aren’t in the “system”, your attempts to avail yourself of finding out what might be ailing you won’t be acknowledged if you’re outside the system.
If you say something that someone, somewhere finds offensive, you risk being “deplatformed”, silenced, cast out into the oceans of insignificance with duct tape over your mouth – you’re casting a voice considered unacceptable within the system.
You might “hate” Nazi’s, you might “hate” war and those elected officials who do nothing but promote it, but careful of what you hate as that may get you banned for doing the unthinkable – exercising your right to freedom of speech.
“See something, say something”…wasn’t that something the former Soviet Union excelled at yet now is basically commonplace in the U.S.?
Callousness promoted, apathy taught, stupidity and ugliness rewarded – such is life in America these days.
We’ve become a nation where we’re brow-beaten into hating truth, accepting as commonplace whatever lies the mainstream media offers up each day. And think not of protesting, lest you want to wallow in the pit of earthly purgatory that the control freaks want to send any dissenting voice to.
Regular people are being sent out to the leper colonies if they state an opinion or belief outside what billionaire technocrats deem proper thinking.
The same technocrats and their political accomplices can make billions off the sweat and labor of the ordinary citizen – that’s all good. But cast a dissenting viewpoint of any of their practices and you will be silenced…you won’t be allowed to voice an opinion, and run the “risk” of being cast out as an “unclean”, as some type of degenerate or other nefarious, rotted filth because you question insanity.
A splendid job of promoting hate between religious groups, between genders, between races, between the have’s and have-not’s has been accomplished by the government and mainstream media. All of us, in some fashion or another, buy into their bullshit.
We can’t have medicare for all but can fund the military industrial complex to the tune of $700 Billion for one fiscal year. We can’t take care of the unmet needs of so many of our fellow citizens but can find funds to continue with war, wars and more wars. And most certainly, we can’t tolerate any voices who question the current narrative, lest they inspire people to stop for a few seconds, and think.
Climb the corporate ladder, sell-out the future of your children to these psychopath’s daily dreams of a life better for them, and poorer for you and yours. Shout down those who try to speak to truth and feel proud that you are part of the system of sell-outs, misfits and liars – in the end, the system will devour its own, each and every one of us.
None of us are immune from the boot of tyranny these psychopath’s want to impose on all of us:
Facebook Now Targeting Left Wing Pages As Predicted:
“The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out… without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, intolerable.” ~ H.L. Mencken
Tonight’s musical offering:
Dvořák: Danza eslava n° 8 ~ op. 46 ~ Orquesta joven de la Sinfónica de Galicia/Director Vicente Alberola.
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