The Living Force
Hmm, well that would be through networking (I think), and of course, diligently finding jokes and memes that thoroughly mock and ridicule our oppressors. I think Pam Popper has put forward an intriguing idea:I think we need to lift our spirits up with any little thing we can come up with. Right now, I'm not sure what those would be...
I live in Florida and I've seen some people wear masks in the pool. People are about to start voluntarily waterboarding themselves lol! But as long as that keeps me safe right? God bless the peons for their sacrifices!Masks. Outside. In Florida. In the summer.
It is shocking that they can maintain the pretense that this is about public health.
I am very afraid that this point has already been passed, at least where I live. When I talk to people who already bought into the narrative let's say three months ago and I ask them now, if they thought about what I told them then or even changed their mind over it (more carefully worded, of course, and not so directly), the answer is always no. Even if I point out that they answered me THEN that such things that I suspected would never happen (even laughing at me) - happened! (like fines, mask obligation, continuity of measures...)Then they say somethings along the line of "well, they had to do that, it is still only an exceptional situation, the pandemic still rampaging through our cities...". So I think that this might be one result of splitting societies in tiny bubbles, who endlessly repeat themselves. And I also think from my personal experience that you can only "convince" someone who is already doubting and questioning . And these peeps will find their way, with or without me. I know that sounds a little black pilled, but I am not complaining, not losing strengh or good humour. It is how it is.<snip>
In the interview that Keyhole did with James Corbett, Corbett made the point that now is the time to try to get people to see what's happening because once they have become too invested in the deception, they're not likely ever going to be able to see it for what it is.
Good reminder, Zar.Here is a video from The HighWire showing how masks create a very toxic breathing environment that go beyond any standard/codes in the US.
That's an interesting point, specifically about the facial expressions. I mean, the kids mostly learn on their parents, and hopefully the family doesn't wear masks at home, but still, this is at least to some extent impairing the children's development in terms of understanding human interactions. It's kind of like driving a whole generation towards autism, which goes in line with the whole vaccine business and makes sense in terms of the overall agenda. It makes people less secure and able to resist and be independent.children are supposed to be learning about life, reading facial expressions
That's why, as the Cs also said, people will need more suffering before they start thinking. In their general cluelessness about most things, they're still able to believe it's all necessary and temporary. They are not aware that they believe the things they believe because people who always lie are repeating those things every day. It's really only one's own suffering that ultimately has to lead to some kind of awakening, because nothing else will make these people uncomfortable enough to question the narrative.Then they say somethings along the line of "well, they had to do that, it is still only an exceptional situation, the pandemic still rampaging through our cities...".
That's generally a bad strategy. From my experience, if you ask, they usually say you should. You just got lucky with this one. If you don't ask and don't wear it, usually they don't say anything. You're just giving them a chance to tell you to wear a mask and making it more difficult for yourself to argue your way out of it.I'm taken to my station and before I sit down I ask the barber if I need to wear a mask. He looks at me and asks me if I have one, I say sadly yes, but it's in my pocket... I then ask if I can choose not to wear it.
> asks for permissionI proceed to have my haircut mask-free.