Notice how the human world is being constantly pressured to become more and more divided and destabilized? Are you surprised? If so, you haven’t been paying attention. We call it “red-pilling” ourselves, when we actually do begin to pay attention, and stop be-LIE-ving the lies on TV and MSM media. My personal shift began back in early 2011, when I finally stopped subscribing to the daily print edition of the New York Times; within another week, I stopped subscriptions to both the New Yorker and the Atlantic magazines.
The shift had been a long time coming, given my skeptical eye, especially regarding mainstream views on how wars get started, 9/11, the first Kennedy assasination, etc. But it took me until January 2011, when I finally turned to the internet, seeking alternative sources of all kinds to help me develop my own unique point of view.
By the end of January 2011, I had set up a website, titled it www.exopermaculture.com, and began to post my own exploratory findings.
This morning I offer you one unusually good source, which I only discovered yesterday, thanks to a commenter on this blog:
Case in point: I was clipping ripe elderberries from our gigantic bush this morning when a dear neighbor stopped by in his old white truck. “I have a question for you,” he said.
“Okay,” I responded, walking over to his window. “What is it?”
“Has everybody here been vaccinated?” (Meaning have all nine of us who live in these three greenacresvillage.org houses been vaccinated?)
“No.” I responded. “Some have, others have not.”
He looked at me, alarmed, though trying to mute it: “Well, I’m immunocompromised.”
“Well then,” I responded kindly, “keep your distance!” Said as I was backing away from his window.
Earlier, one of our podmates said he had been talking to someone in Bloomington, a well known Emeritus Professor from IU who often comes to our Community Dinners (of course, he’s vaxxed). He asked the professor how he knows me. The professor responded that he’s known me for years, and that I’m a wonderful woman; but, on the other hand, I’m crazy, because of my political views. “I hate Trump!” he said, so incensed at even the memory of him that he seemed to be foaming at the mouth. Then, suddenly, realizing what he might have just done: “Oh no, do you agree with Ann politically?” The podmate stepped aside, knowing he needed to avoid this kind of conflict.
Meanwhile, a friend sent me this url today, and everything in me wishes I could show it to the neighbor who says he’s immunocompromised. But I know that it would do absolutely no good. He would not be able to believe that there are people in this world evil enough to actually want to eliminate the vast majority of humanity, and that they are doing it via a so-called experimental “vaccine” that is proving to be extraordinarily effective, not in protecting people, but in weakening them, even killing them.
Why could he not believe it? Because he is a good person, and he assumes most other people are good persons as well. His innocence of evil, unfortunately, may be his demise.