Drlee wrote:I'll take comfort in that when the news comes of your passing.
Yeah, it's really all about me, isn't it? And of course, we all want to live forever in heaven eventually, right?
And living forever means that you must believe every lie you're told by the rich
I remember all the presents I got for pretending to belive in the lie of Santa Claus. Very inspirational, wasn't it. During our formative years when we were learning how to act in society. "Believe big people's lies, and they will make you rich!"
Emily Oster wrote:Let's Declare a Pandemic Amnesty
...These precautions were totally misguided. In April 2020, no one got the coronavirus from passing someone else hiking. Outdoor transmission was vanishingly rare. Our cloth masks made out of old bandanas wouldn’t have done anything, anyway. But the thing is: We didn’t know....
Some people are asking for a new Nuremberg trial
, others are calling for amnesty.
Kaylee McGhee wrote:Why 'COVID amnesty' isn't possible
...The damage is too great, the consequences too devastating, for us to move on and put it all behind us — especially since the majority of those responsible for the havoc wrought refuse to apologize for or even acknowledge the harm their policies have done. Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, for example, said in September that she would make “no apologies” for her decision to shut down the state’s schools despite the enormous academic and social setbacks students have suffered as a result. Disgraced former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo likewise refused to admit that his policy forcing COVID-19 patients into nursing homes cost thousands of lives. And Dr. Anthony Fauci continues to insist that mask mandates were and still are a good idea and that their only downside is that no one wants to obey them.
These people don’t deserve the benefit of the doubt. They certainly didn’t give it to those of us who protested school closures, warned that cloth masks were ineffective, and argued that forcing the young and healthy to abide by restrictions that could only have ever benefited the old and at risk was nonsensical. Instead, we were accused of endangering the lives of those around us. ...
But in the current West, our politicians are mosly the spokesmodels of organized crime billionaires. So what are the chances that the billionaires and their spokesmodels are going to hold another trial like the one in Nuremberg?
nostalgia in an age of brainwashed consumerism
"remember all the great trends we followed?"