More Spankings, and a Hope of Empathy – ‘The Days of Our Virus’

Settle in boys and girls and read of the depth of caring from your loving government.

While spanking out daily orders to wreak havoc upon everyone’s lives, for our protection, health and well-being of course, the lizards have an even deeper empathy for the lizards in their own club:

$1.5 Trillion Fed Injection Sparks Outrage Among Struggling Workers – via activistpost.com

Most of the working class does not have the luxury of taking the social distancing measures that will protect them from catching the virus, because so many people are just one missed paycheck away from being homeless or unable to afford food. This issue was raised in an article published by Truth Theory earlier this week, which pointed out that service workers will have no choice but to work while they are feeling ill because they don’t have enough sick time.

Meanwhile, the US government seems more concerned with giving bailouts to corporate CEOs and banks than helping out the people who need it the most.

This week, the Federal Reserve injected $1.5 trillion into Wall Street to help mitigate the losses from the coronavirus outbreak, a total which is more than double the $700 billion given to banks during the 2008 financial crisis.

Large numbers of people who live paycheck to paycheck will be missing out on work in the coming months, and some of them could even lose their jobs, while the wealthy CEOs and stockholders who are benefiting from the $1.5 trillion bailout have multiple houses and safe bunkers to retreat to in times like this.

Defenders of the central banking system insist that any bailouts for average Americans should come from Congress, not the central bank. The Federal Reserve is supposedly tasked with keeping financial markets steady by controlling interest rates and injecting cash and low-interest loans when needed, but the general population gains very little from this, and in fact, usually end up worse off through inflation.

Regardless of the specifics behind the arrangement, these types of bailouts show that there is plenty of help for the wealthy in our society when things go wrong for them, but very little help for the poor when they are in the same situation. There has been debate in Washington about relief packages and paid sick leave for hourly workers, but these measures will likely be a bare minimum offering that will come a day late and a dollar short, as they typically do.

How is this possible you might wonder? Where does $1.5 TRILLION come from?

Cast your eyes and ears upon this forgotten truth:

Ah yes! Just a morsel of the shitf**kery from these lizards that they’ve been heaping upon the apathetic’s and innocents for millennium , and yet…we continue to listen to these shysters and follow their spankings…like this:

Hoboken has become the first city in the US to implement a widespread curfew due to coronavirus fears, and will limit restaurants to takeout and delivery – via insider.com

And this from a spanking demon from Hell:

Dr. Antony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, urged Americans to shut down more aggressively as the coronavirus spreads.

On MSNBC’s “Meet the Press” Mr. Fauci endorsed a 14-day “national shutdown” to help slow down the virus. He explained that he has brought it up with the administration, which is generally open to his ideas.

“I think Americans should be prepared that they are going to have to hunker down significantly more than we as a country are doing,” he said. – via washingtimes.com

Why do we listen to such shyte? This from the time machine, circa 2013, might provide an explanation:

US Government-Funded Domestic Propaganda Has Officially Hit The Airwaves – via businessinsider.com

The U.S. government’s mammoth broadcasting arm has begun the “unleashing of thousands of hours per week of government-funded radio and TV programs for domestic U.S. consumption,” John Hudson of Foreign Policy reported on Sunday.

The content arrives with the enactment of the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012, sponsored by Rep. Mac Thornberry (R- Texas) and Rep. Adam Smith (D- Wash.), which was inserted into the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

The reform effectively nullifies the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948, which was amended in 1985 specifically to prohibit U.S. organizations from using information “to influence public opinion in the United States.”

Cue the dickpunch.

Where in the hell are mighty saviors to save humanity from the shyte these shysters bring upon the drooling ignorant’s?

Possibly here, as nearly everything has become a cartoon:

How deep can the insanity imposed upon the masses reach?

Gunnison County (Colorado) Bans Sixty-Year-Olds From Restaurants – via westworld.com

Folks…the gods of all that is right and proper are pleading with you to tell these government and coprorate media shitheads to fuck off.

“There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections. If we cannot love ourselves, we cannot fully open to our ability to love others or our potential to create. Evolution and all hopes for a better world rest in the fearlessness and open-hearted vision of people who embrace life.”― John Lennon

And finally…this:

So I went to the store before they opened yesterday. A line of three or so dozen people with carts formed behind the dozen or so of us who got there first. An old man with a cane and a basket who could not stand in line slowly took a seat near the entrance. We waited another ten minutes or so until they opened the doors and the mad dash began with people jockeying for position at the opened doors. My turn to enter and I nodded to the old man to come up and go in front of me. People did not want to let him go but I forced them to wait. The old man looked at me gratefully as I held the crowd while he entered. Best feeling I had all day was that one look from that man and the realization that I could choose how I conducted myself and could possibly affect how others did the same. I spread a little empathy and it sure felt good. Try it. Offer a helping hand to someone today. You’ll be glad you did.
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Tonight’s musical offering:

Mozart: Serenade No. 10 for Winds, ‘Gran Partita’ III – Adagio – LSO (London Symphony Orchestra) Wind Ensemble

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

9 comments

  1. Now you have made Tubularsock feel bad, Decker!
    Tubularsock went to the store yesterday and it wasn’t all that crowded for a Sunday.
    Yet, Tubularsock did have to beat a little old grandma off using her cane when she grabbed for the last bottle of sake on the shelf.

    Tubularsock WON!
    But after your blog Tubularsock has been sensitized a bit and has been drinking HIS sake and contemplating his next move.

    Great post.

    Liked by 2 people

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