So, a politician here, or an official there, decide to take time off and fly to warmer climes for the Christmas and New Year’s break.
Major headlines follow, and resignations come soon after that.
If there ever has been a confusingly misleading campaign to take public’s attention off the real issues of the day, this is the one.
Has vacation travel been banned?
Have customs or immigration officials, either on Canadian soil, or in the warmer countries, questioned the merry travellers on anything else than if they have anything to declare, or how come their passport pictures look so fuzzy?
Plus ça change
Here’s what happened throughout all that dim: the tenor of the debate changed. How come they have all the fun while we’re left here to suffer? Instead of: how dare governments (and sundry activists) try to destroy our national economies through lockdowns? How dare those same governments (and sundry activists) try to dumb down our youth by making schooling almost impossible to achieve in any meaningful way? How dare those same governments (and sundry activists) try to make us all into sheep making its way to slaughter by forcing us to wear absurd face masks and demanding that we believe (and get scared into submission by) all this inane drivel about a plague combined with caries, with leprosy thrown in for good measure?
And, lest we forget, did you notice the mysterious disappearance of serious topics such as illegal immigration or the 5G communications systems from public square?
To be specific about Canada, where’s the outrage about our federal government’s scandals too numerous to mention? Where’s the uprising against the huge carbon tax increase? Where are the protests about hundreds of millions of dollars thrown away into the stinking hole of so-called international aid?
All fallen by the wayside because a minister or two decided they needed some time off.
No need to fall prey to the naïve notion that all of this has been an accident.
According to an ancient saying, someone here is plotting schemes, lying in a church spire shadow all the while. We know the public faces of those plotters and we also know that we all are supposed to become their victims.
We don’t know for sure if there’s anybody hiding behind the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, behind Klaus Martin Schwab’s World Economic Forum, or behind George Soros and his Open Society conglomerate.
In today’s context, it matters little. It may matter much more tomorrow, should these three groups prevail. Revolutions have been known for getting rid of their own known instigators. The unknown organizers usually remain unknown to all and sundry, especially to the masses of the unwashed.
What do they want?
On the other hand, we know for sure what those three alliances mentioned above want.
The first group proposes all kinds of Malthusian arrangements because they feel there are way too many of us in this world. The second outfit suggests what American economist Martin Armstrong calls (with good reason) feudalist socialism. The third gang, not too far behind them all, is all gung-ho for world government, through the auspices of the United Nations Organization or, if need be, anybody else willing (if not capable) to achieve such lofty goals.
How do we know it? Simple, really: they can hardly be more open and outspoken about their objectives.
All of these goals have a common denominator. Socialism.
It would be useful to remember that communism, fascism, Nazism and social democracy are all different faces of socialism.
Yes, Soros would face certain difficulties with the Nazis so far as the world government is concerned. But, then again, Soros would face even tougher difficulties in attempts to get the Nazis on his side because of his racial origin: he’s Jewish.
The cops call it M.O., an abbreviation for the Latin expression: modus operandi. Meaning: that’s how they do it most of the time.
Here it is: we’re facing a crisis, say, seeing floods of perfectly illegitimate refugees. That this crisis, in and of itself, would cause the world pretty frightful consequences, of that there’s no doubt.
Just as some people seem to begin waking up and start raising questions, here’s another crisis descending upon us. An unknown virus whose outburst the World Health Organization (WHO) calls, without any reason, a pandemic.
Another reason to get scared.
People start asking questions? Let’s hit them with lockdowns, quarantines, all kinds of requirements (face masks, for example), and whatnot, all in the name of genuine care for everybody’s health. Noble concerns, all of them, no?
People start asking questions about vaccinations linked to the entire issue? About unofficial news about camps for resisters, about limitations imposed on those who manage to avoid the jab? Let’s hit them with news about those cynical politicians who have the gall to remain merry amidst all of this gloom. That would learn ’em both: those doubters, and the politicos who dared not to toe the party line.
Today’s mainstream media live off sensational headlines that they way too often forget to follow up on the very next day. There’s a new sensational headline coming up.
A perfectly strange case of forgetfulness that looks almost clinical from the outside looking in, and one that begs the question: is it real, or is it intentional?
The latter case seems more probable, judging by the ease with which our politicians, with mainstream media in tow, hop from one crisis to another.
There are but two constants. The first: the barrage of number of cases of this season’s flu that the media keep adding up. If they report, say, 200,000 infected people, it means there are 200,000 infected people around even as we speak. The other is the number of crises popping up.
Will the instigators ever run out of their so-called reasons to demand that we keep our mouths shut and do as we are bid?
Or will we be strong enough to stand up and tell them that we won’t take it any longer?
One hopes for the latter but fears the former. Just look around, sheeple.