Mar 15, 2022 • 20M

Ep. 76 - Has The Unthinkable Become Inevitable?

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The once unthinkable is now totally possible.

This paraphrase of recent comments made by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, captures the reality of the world we now live in. What was unthinkable just a few short years ago — forced masking, lockdowns, forced vaccinations, quarantine camps, etc — has now become modus operandi for our bloated and power-hungry government.

Here’s the quote in context:

Raising the alert level of Russian nuclear forces is a bone-chilling development,” says Guterres, “The prospect of nuclear conflict, once unthinkable, is now back within the realm of possibility.”

As the Secretary-General goes on to wrap his globalist propaganda in tantalizing words of assurance, his choice of words is telling: “Officials warned there could have been a potential nuclear disaster.” (note the emphasis added). We are told that we must “stop the horror” and support the “appeals for peace” — the peace that can only be had when the evil Russians are defeated, and the people of Ukraine are securely under the wing of Western influence. This is propaganda at it’s finest.

Let’s not forget there are millions of Americans who are rallying across our own country, pleading for tyrannical government thugs to “stop the horror” of the outrageous covid policies that have ravaged our own nation for the last two years.

We The People are making “appeals for peace” from coast to coast, desperately demanding our basic human rights be respected — like the right to breathe freely, the right to gather and peacefully assemble, the right to travel and visit family and friends, the right to question the shady and always shifting science, the right to speak freely about what’s going on without fear of censorship and social repercussions, the right to engage life without being tested like a lab rat or being jabbed with an experimental gene therapy — if these rights continue to be violated, conflict becomes inevitable. 

That is the message that needs to be drilled into the minds of our elected leaders.

*** Sorry friends, my computer crashed and I lost the rest of this article! I don’t have time to re-write it right now, but the podcast carries this conversation to it’s logical conclusion. Enjoy!