I’ve noticed a rising trend in mad behaviour in recent times.
I’ve also noticed an increase in memory- and heart-related problems.
People that could perform normal daily tasks in the past now can’t think or do as they once used to.
There seems to be an increase in blood related issues, especially when it comes to the groin area for women.
To me, it is obvious what is going on. And I find it all quite funny. One can only cry or laugh.
You actually did it. Congratulations.
Tyranny doesn’t come about in one day. It builds up over a longer period of time.
Slowly, but surely, it creeps its way into the society. Two steps forward one step back, people start accepting the “new normal”.
Then one day, people wake up wondering what happened? How did we get here?
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn wondered about this for years. He even wrote the book “The Gulag Archipelago,” where he documented his and his ‘comrades’ thoughts on the rise of the Soviet Union. It is a highly recommended read.
One only needs to take a look at Australia, New Zealand, or our newest contestant, Canada, for prime examples of government overreach.
So, what happened?, you might be asking.
Let’s take a look.
The Death of Democracy
“As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”H.L. Mencken, On Politics: A Carnival of Buncombe
Okay, this will be a little harsh, but someone has to say these things.
Democracy is, essentially, a mob rule.
Were the majority of people in Nazi Germany right, or were they wrong? How about Soviet Union? Or fascist Italy? History would show you that they were, indeed, wrong.
The majority isn’t always right.
“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.”Winston S. Churchill
Why is it that democracy doesn’t work?
Well, for one, intelligence is a bell curve:
The average person has an average level IQ. It is pretty obvious.
But have you had a conversation with the average voter? Considering the readers of this blog, I’d say you have either an average or above average intelligence. Stupid people don’t read, simply put.
This is what George Carlin had to say about the issue:
According to George Carlin there are three kinds of “stupid people”:
The stupid person is just stupid, and you can tell this within 8 seconds into the conversation.
The next person is full of shit. You listen to them, and you notice they are fairly intelligent… but they are, unfortunately, full of shit. This would usually be someone in a seat of power.
And the last person is nuts. Yep, just crazy, which makes them do stupid things.
Sounds about right.
On top of this, and according to Carlo Cipolla, there are 5 Laws of Human Stupidity:
- Always and inevitably, each of us underestimates the number of stupid individuals in the world
- The probability that a certain person is stupid is independent of any other characteristic of the same person
- A stupid person is one who causes harm to another person or group without at the same time obtaining a benefit for himself or even damaging himself
- Non-stupid people always underestimate the harmful potential of stupid people
- The stupid person is the most dangerous person that exists
Once again, I find it difficult to disagree with this.
Now let’s go back to the question of having a chat with your average voter. Are they, in general, smart or stupid in your opinion?
Whatever the answer ends up being, you need to keep in mind that at least half of the population is dumber than that.
This ends up being the reason why democracy doesn’t and can not work.
It has been attributed to Mark Twain to have said (paraphrasing): ‘if your vote counted, they wouldn’t let us do it.’
Yet, when I search for this quote, the “fact checkers” (who says they have all the facts?) come to say it is not something that Mr. Twain ever said or wrote.
Be it as it may, it still rings true.
“I have never voted in my life… I have always known and understood that the idiots are in a majority so it’s certain they will win.”Louis-Ferdinand Céline
It has become clear to me that whoever you vote for, it doesn’t change the outcome. Stupid people always win.
Whether it is the stupid politician or the stupid people themselves, they always win.
Like George Carlin said: stupid, full of shit or nuts. These are the people that win.
All that being said, let’s not forget about this quote:
“Presidents are selected, not elected.”Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of The United States
I’m not entirely sure if he said that, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he did. It has been attributed to him regardless.
Luckily for us, we’ve come to the end of the road as far as stupidity is concerned. It is now a global phenomenon.
“Listen, Peaches, trickery is what humans are all about,” said the voice of Maurice. “They’re so keen on tricking one another all the time that they elect governments to do it for them.”Terry Pratchett
In Canada (according to some sources) approximately 70,000 truckers, together with 1 million or more protesters (or supporters of the movement) headed towards Ottawa to protest the current mandate madness.
Trucks have loud horns, and as they honked their horns, Justin Trudeau caught the cold after the third or so try of trying to getting it. He’s now gone into hiding.
But while Trudeau, who is also part of the WEF’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow (now Young Global Leaders) program, may have fled, they truckers most certain did not.
As the truckers honked and demanded the mandates be removed, instead of Trudeau asking what’s wrong, he decided that there are better ways of handling things than discussion.
Canada has now enacted financial martial law. Well, technically he invoked the Emergencies Act in response to what the truckers are doing, but it ends up being more or less the same thing as financial martial law.
With this invocation, Trudeau has authorized any Canadian bank to freeze people’s accounts based on suspicious activity alone (suspicious activity being, supporting the wrong kind of ideas). So, seizing assets of the citizens based on what they say, think and do.
Essentially, Trudeau is criminalizing free speech and the right to protest. It means the death of even the illusion of democracy in Canada.
This Emergencies Act is such that it can lead to full-blown Martial Law in the country, if Trudeau so chooses. This would be him declaring war on the people of Canada.
Canada is being run by a tyrant. There is no other way to put it at this point.
Australia and New Zealand (as well as many European nations… to a slightly lesser extent) are not far from reaching this point.
It is a slippery slope.
Is this really what we want to be doing?
“What goes up must come down.”Isaac Newton, probably
Nothing is happening between Ukraine and Russia.
Well, nothing should be happening there at any rate.
Yet, someone (sources are saying Russia did it. I doubt it, but what do I know) did shell an empty building in Ukraine.
Who knows what will come of this. Options seem to remain open, for some reason.
Other interesting bit of financial news was this one:
Since September 2021 until now, this stock has crashed massively due to insider selling and Wall Street shorting.
It is a highly profitable company, so what’s up with that?
You know what? I’ll leave it at that for now.
Once again, I recommend using platforms like Rumble, Odysee, Bitchute, and so on. As far as search engines go, Yandex and DuckDuckGo seem to be doing a fine job. Brave Browser is fantastic.
You need to find alternative platforms to find alternative views. Alternative views are often wrong, of course, but freedom of speech is a must if you want to have any freedom at all.