Uncensored discussion of the four-year dark winter predicted by and carried out by Biden
@TiberiusBravo87 Have you watched Utopia (2013)? It's all about a Russian flu and a vaccine. I won't spoil it outright because it's damn worth a watch, but it was made in 2013 and it is a complete roadmap for the last two years we've had. Madness. There's plenty of these war room type things, and this one made a narrative form in my head:
They've been doing gain of function research, the virus leaked, but this was an early form of what they had developed. They panicked but it turned out to be pretty mild, FOI papers showed that in the UK somewhere in the region of 17300 people died of covid, though 'official' figures put it at 173000. Anyway, they got their hands on a monumental amount of data including public reactions and social cohesion, as well as the pure scientific data, so what they're doing now is going back to the lab with all of this data and starting to enact the new war rooms.
Imagine what the world is going to be like when the finished form of the virus is released. The virus will be pretty brutal, maybe even targeted at a specific demographic (I think we can figure out who), but the real mess will be the vaccine for that. The efficacy of the vaccine will be complete, from sterilisation to immune system dependency.
Omicron put a spanner in the works, but they're happy to retreat with as much as they did, no one is coming after them and they can work in peace for as long as it takes to finish what they've started.
Brace yourselves, some insane shit is coming down the pipeline.Read More
@Antelope What you are getting at is here:
Basically a simulation in 2017 has shown similarities to what we have seen the past 2 years. A president blamed for mishandling the pandemic, theories spreading online about big pharma spreading the disease on purpose or a lab leak, the outbreak made worse by power grid issues and shortages of antibiotics leading to more people dying from secondary infections, etc.
This used to be a horror story and tyrannically "fascist" until the liberals lost all ability to think abstractly and most importantly to follow their wishes to the conclusion.
@destraht People won't believe something until it's "official."
We've been trained to believe that majority opinion is correct despite that being a literal logical fallacy ever since the democracy was established.
Every twenty years they keep pushing more and more drastically to see what they can get away with. And guess what? They do get away with it.
Kings are not this oppressive entity simply because of their power anymore than a father in a patriarchial society is to his children, or a husband is to his wife. There are always the horror stories, but by far and large most kings fathers and husbands are good loving people. They're not perfect or even always highly competent, but they do a fair job. Just like how there are these rare abusive parents you hear about in the news but most parents are not like that.
Let's say someone came by a bunch of children and told them to get rid of their parents one day for "freedom." I mean the way I put it it sounds exactly like Mao Zedong so you probably already know where I'm going with this. But anyway, they said to get rid of their parents and to choose among themselves who is in charge. Of course the new guy who came around to get rid of all the parents is going to be in charge. Do you think he's going to do his best for those kids? Or make money off of them?Read More