Many across the globe question aspects of the COVID-19 panic but except for the most vociferous and agitators, most seem to fear speaking out. Not me. Here is an Open Letter posted to the local rag this week and another short analysis. Enjoy.
I have a friend who does not believe in conspiracies. He admits though, that he sees incompetence, collusion and corruption all around him. He is also an intelligent, mature, thinking Christian. Go figure! This is an oxymoron in my book, for the very Christian message is that the world has been corrupted, and of course in a Christian context, the solution to our woes is faith [along with obedience] in an all powerful Creator through Jesus.
The essence of my teaching, writing and blogging is conspiracy analysis; looking at various conspiratorial takes and assessing them for credibility. Applying sound logic onto fact is the formula I use to determine reality. The results show that most conspiracies in the field of ‘power and money’ stack up – the more mysterious, like ET, lizards and the Flat Earth worlds don’t.
Good science, truth, integrity, logic and basic respect tend to lack in Flat Earth worlds, for example. Anything to with liars, cheats and thieves turns me off in a very short minute. Nasa is a proven corporate liar. Man has never been past LEO (Low Earth Orbit) no matter how many “born again Christian” astronauts claim otherwise.
To many in the alternative community, politicians sit at the pinnacle of professional liars, just edging out lawyers, central bankers and their handlers.
Simon Black recently noted their lack of ballsy leadership in regards to COVID-19 issue. He discusses his military training that required him to take difficult decisions, and then launches into a general slap-up of current political leadership:
… many of the ‘leaders’ we have today aren’t willing to make those gut-wrenching decisions. They’re far more concerned about electability, political legacy, TV ratings, and poll numbers.
They say things like “I can’t let people die” as justification to suspend freedom and shut down the economy.
This isn’t a difficult decision, it’s just bad logic. People die every day.
You’ll never hear a governor say “I can’t let people die. . .” of heart attacks. Or hurricanes. Or diabetes.
They’ll never order a complete shut down of the economy because of a spike in automobile accidents.
These politicians are perfectly fine for people to die of every other possible way, including pneumonia (as long as it wasn’t caused by Covid).
But death from Covid? Unacceptable!
It’s truly bizarre. And they’re willing to destroy everything– the economy, individual liberty– just so they don’t look flat-footed or get blamed for Covid deaths.
Sorry, but that’s not what leadership is all about. You’re not supposed to factor your personal approval ratings into a decision-making process.
Leadership is not a popularity contest. And sometimes it demands the heavy responsibility of asking for sacrifice… asking others to take a risk.
But what have we been asked to sacrifice? Nothing. Stay home and watch Netflix. Take your free government money.
That’s not leadership. And that’s not a tough decision.
Frankly it’s the easy way out. It’s far more politically palatable for them to continue printing incomprehensible quantities of money, sending everyone checks in the mail, and demanding more bailouts.
Yes, there are always exceptions. But for the most part, the politicians we’re dealing with simply aren’t fit to be leaders.
They refuse to make the difficult, gut-wrenching decisions that are required of their offices. So instead they consistently take the easier route: more government power, more economic destruction, more money printing, less freedom.
And in the long run, such pitiful leadership will cause far greater consequences than the virus itself.
Great stuff from an astute businessman. I’ve highlighted some key phrases from Simon for further comment:
This isn’t a difficult decision, it’s just bad logic.
The application of poor logic comes naturally to those with an agenda. Rather than admit logical fallacy, most will double down when logical failure is revealed. You see it all the time in the field of truthseeking. It is why people continue to vote, and believe in democracy despite it being proven to be ungodly and corrupted. Boiled down to its lowest level, this pride is also the reason that the Master was and is hated so much.
[But] death from Covid? Unacceptable!
Again, Simon’s logic is unwelcome in PC circles. It is the reason that I have written this Open Letter to the editor.
Leadership is not a popularity contest.
Genuine leadership is not. Political leadership is.
… politicians … aren’t fit to be leaders.
Political leadership comes from a deception, actively and consciously promoted in the last century or two by TPTB, that the ungodly concept of democracy should replace the way of the Master. In the perfect world voting is replaced with obedience. Mankind does the right thing. In the meantime (as the Good Book says), the people have the leadership they deserve . . . you can’t mock God!
… such pitiful leadership will cause far greater consequences than the virus itself.
Which brings us right back to the place we started – the foolishness of global panic which naturally reinforces the immoral, ungodly leadership that humankind seems hell-bent on worshiping.
My Open Letter to the Editor
I wish to draw your readers’ attention to the fact that across the globe, many question the basis for the recent ultra-strong, clearly planned & centrally driven mantra from TPTB, regarding a supposed global pandemic. I have studied past pandemics & (like SARS, Bird Flu et al) the Corona virus is a very long way from a global pandemic.
Our many questions relate to the WHO & the CDC’s dubious conduct in declaring a global pandemic long before there was one; the highly questionable statistics (in particular the substantial difference between dying WITH Corona Virus & dying BECAUSE of it); the evidence of human manufacture; the unprecedented global co-ordinated response (that simply screams to all, “NWO!”) & the increasing social pressures designed to manipulate through for example, social distancing & ‘group-think’.
The invention of personal bubbles; a sudden requirement for PPE (who knew what PPE even meant a few months ago?) & active encouraging of overly trusting, compliant (i.e. good) citizens to dob in non-conformists reeks more of Political Correctness along the lines of Goebels, Orwell & Huxley than the proud spirit of independence that this country was built upon.
As with all global actions, the result of ‘Cindy’s stunt’ in NZ has consolidated wealth & power sharply with (among other things) the suspension of civil liberties; massive financial losses & the privatisation of value through government bailouts & increasing public debt.
The Latin phrase “Cui bono?” [who benefits?] should be asked by all, particularly community thought leaders, thinkers & truthseekers. I advise all to be alert & recognise that contrary to political comments that we live in a “benign environment”, we are in fact in the middle of a war, where truth is always the first victim.
IMHO, it is an act of integrity to ask questions & engage brain when the dots do not connect – like now, when we are obviously being fed the food of mushrooms by our public ‘servants’. I get a different result when I apply logic onto fact.
Dennis A. Smith
While some may try to ignore, justify or argue the point, just like 9-11 did a decade ago, global assassinations of a different kind (from a medical one) are occurring at present, and the victims are truth, freedom and independent human endeavour.
It matters not to a dying man, the identity of the one who is bringing the death. I do not care for a minute who the Illuminati are – nor whether the Pope, the Jews, Jesuits, Rothschilds, Soros or Gates are the ones pulling the strings, but somebody certainly is, regardless of whether we believe in any global conspiracy or not.
In New Zealand, ‘Socialist Cindy’ is to me the public face of death to business, truth and independence of thought. Her value systems conflict with mine and while they currently appear to be popular, she is just a politician. I’m not.
My money is with Simon, and ‘dimes to a dollar’ if left alone, the Corona virus would eventually go the same way as the others, two of which I mentioned in my Open Letter.
‘Cui bono?’ indeed . . .