I never thought I’d see the day when this poem would actually reflect normal conversations within the media, the government, our health officials, and now, in my own writing!
The sea is boiling hot because you ordinary citizens made it that way.
Yes, pigs can have wings, science can modify pigs and it can modify you, for your own good, you ungrateful science denier.
Monkeypox. We laughed at it in the beginning. Come on, seriously? And now, well, thank goodness, it’s a disease of gay men. Because they do bad things. We don’t do bad things. If they get sick and die, so what? They deserve it. We don’t.
No longer must we be moral or have a conscience. We trust the state to be our conscience, absolving us of all moral responsibility.
This is how liberals, conservatives, blacks, whites, browns, rich, poor—you name it—are conditioned to condemn their neighbors, even their friends and family members, turning good people into willing participants in this genocide.
Do people really have such short memories? In the beginning, COVID was a disease of the elderly. Thank goodness! We’d already been removing our elderly from society and putting them into care facilities. Our patience and respect for our elders and the wisdom they offered us were gone. This callous disregard for our elderly contributed more than we realize to our downfall.
Learn a lesson from the new film “Plan 75” by Japanese director and writer Chie Hayakawa.
Close to 30% of Japan’s population is over 65, the majority women, and that rate is expected to continue rising in coming decades.
In the movie, anybody over 75 is encouraged to sign up for a deal with the government by which they receive a sum of money in return for agreeing to be euthanized. A collective funeral is thrown in for free.
Slick ad campaigns and calls from people with soothing voices are part of the effort to get people to sign up. Handsome advisers list the small pleasures candidates could afford with the money. ‘You’ll be able to go to the restaurant,’ says one.
‘On the face of it, the government’s Plan 75 is full of goodwill and friendliness and pragmatism, but in truth it is both very cruel and shameful,’ Hayakawa, 45, says. ‘The aging of the population is not a recent problem, I’ve always heard people discussing it. When I was young, a long life was considered to be a good thing, people had respect for older people. That’s no longer the case.’
Quite insidiously, people are coming to accept that certain segments of society need to be “removed” for the good of the whole. For example:
This is all part of the Biden Administration’s push to incorporate its additional amendments into the World Health Organization’s (WHO) governing regulations giving Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus unilateral authority to declare a public health emergency in any nation based on whatever evidence he chooses.
We should be well familiar with the pattern.
In January 2020, recall, the “WHO Declared Coronavirus Outbreak a Global Health Emergency.”
At that stage the “mysterious’ coronavirus had sickened around 9,800 people worldwide and killed at least 213, all of them in China.
By April 2020, an article in Politico talked about the “silent massacre of Italy’s nursing homes.” In Italy, France, Ireland, Spain and Belgium between 42 percent and 57 percent of deaths from the virus took place in nursing homes. In the UK, care homes were accused of using powerful sedatives like midazolam to make coronavirus victims die more quickly. Use of these drugs increased by 100 percent during the height of the pandemic.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo sent thousands of ill eldery patients to die in nursing homes. All while giving an Emmy-awarded performance to a gullible public. The media swiftly switched gears when the truth came to light, bombarding the public with Cuomo’s abusive actions toward women. This became the reason for his resignation while the far more serious crime of the alleged murdering of the elderly was never thoroughly investigated.
If criminals get away with crimes, they don’t stop. They do it again the next time, becoming ever more emboldened. As the WHO’s power grows, it can choose its diseases and which undesirables will be picked off next.
According to the WHO’s procedures, the three criteria for a declaration of a global health emergency are that it is an “extraordinary event,” that it “constitute[s] a public health risk to other States through the international spread of disease” and that it “potentially require[s] a coordinated international response.”
The WHO on July 7 “reported a 77% weekly increase in the number of lab-confirmed monkeypox cases, to more than 6,000 worldwide and two more deaths in parts of Africa where the virus has circulated for years . . . Over 80% of the cases turned up in Europe.”
“We have an outbreak that has spread around the world rapidly, through new modes of transmission, about which we understand too little,” Tedros said. “For all of these reasons, I have decided that the global monkeypox outbreak represents a public health emergency of international concern.”
The statement “through new modes of transmission, about which we understand too little” should raise concern in anyone who remembers the progression of COVID-19.
And when the WHO says things like it is “organizing a coordinated response to stop transmission and protect vulnerable groups” we should now know to interpret it “upside down” (the way one interprets government propaganda in communist countries such as China) as meaning that it is “organizing a coordinated response to spread transmission and infect vulnerable groups,” using them as lab rats to be experimented upon and even killed.
Satirist Konstantin Kisin says, “At least we didn’t blame the Jews for the Pandemic.”
It’s early days yet.
Just as the Nazis experimented on and incinerated not only Jews but also homosexuals, blacks, Romas, the mentally ill, dissidents, and anyone deemed as undesirable, the same thing is happening now.
Do not ever imagine that you are immune.