More of the Same

A large-scale transfer of capital always includes a withdrawal of welfare protections. Here’s an example:

Anybody who can pay will obviously grab their children and run away to the private schools. Or they’ll run away to homeschool. Both options reduce the capital these families possess. The money that was supposed to educate these children in public schools will be transferred to the companies making the vaccines (and then treating the side effects) and the companies effectuating surveillance and providing “online learning” to the children who are waiting for the vaccine or recovering from the vaccine.

The next step is to make sure that there are no private schools that aren’t owned by the digital oligarchy. It’s quite easy. Declare all Christian and Hebrew schools racist and transphobic and close them down for violations of the Civil Rights Act.

It really helps to look at these things as manifestations of one phenomenon. “Whiteness seminars” in the workplace and obligatory child vaccinations pursue the same goal.

I don’t believe that you should always look at the money but there are situations when things are really about the money. This is one of them.

At every stage of the process, it can still be stopped. But we need to want to stop it, and I see no widespread appetite for that.

9 thoughts on “More of the Same”

  1. It’s deeper than wanting to stop it. People need to be willing to look skeptically at everything that’s been happening in the United States from January 2020 onward, and make the exceedingly unpopular decision to consider the possibility that Trump might have been right about not only the overhyping of Covid-19, but about the fraudulence of the November election.

    Most people are a lot happier getting along to go along. Which means following the official Narrative completely obediently, while shrieking in rage at anybody who dares to contradict that Narrative and accusing any such dissidents of “insurrection”.

    I could say more, but I’ll refrain.

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    1. This. It is extremely shocking to me how apparently rational and highly educated people have completely foregone any kind of critical thinking since Mar 2020. Most of my social circle is people with PhDs and MDs and I am shocked and scared at how gullible they all are! If the events of 2020 prove anything, it is how fallible scientists and academics are. Perhaps it is time for me to meet some new people. 🙂

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      1. I read something funny yesterday: “I asked my doctor, when the pandemic will be over and he said, I don’t know, I’m not a politician”. One thing that I can’t get over is that up until this year, I kept voting these people into power. I’m so angry with myself for being so stupid and naive.

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    2. “It’s deeper than wanting to stop it. People need to be willing to look skeptically at everything that’s been happening in the United States from January 2020 onward, and make the exceedingly unpopular decision to consider the possibility that Trump might have been right about not only the overhyping of Covid-19, but about the fraudulence of the November election.”

      Trump doesn’t get to decide whether the election was fraudulent. The courts do, and they overwhelmingly decided against his claims. Even by judges he himself had appointed.

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      1. This is not accurate. No judge had the courage to evaluate Trump’s claims. They dismissed the lawsuits on technicalities in order to avoid stepping in a pile of shot.

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        1. In the courts it’s not a matter of courage but a matter of facts and strong evidence. The fact that they did not win a single case proving fraud at either the state or federal level, with judges they themselves appointed, in states where Republicans have total control, at all levels of the judicial system including the supreme court…should tell you this is not about courage.

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  2. 1) The vaccines were not tested on children under 16
    2) it can not be required to take a vaccine that has only “emergency use” authorization.
    Therefore this is horrifying and Wrong. I hope some Californians say hell no file lawsuits etc.
    Nothing they have done in CA has improved outcomes.

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    1. This is true. Everything they have done has backfired badly.

      The earliest a vaccine for children might be ready is 2022 if not later than that. A lot can change until then.

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