The Normalization of Insanity
Being in charge means never admitting you were wrong
I’ve been involved in sports my entire life. My childhood was a whirlwind of playing whatever sports the weather would allow, and I still play to the extent that my aging body allows it. I firmly believe that sports teach vital life lessons — cooperation, listening, communication, how to lose (and how to win), self-discipline, and numerous others. I think if more people got into sports, they would learn these lessons in a time where the world desperately needs people who know them.
But part of sports is injuries, and if you live your life with sports as a focus, it’s certain you’ll encounter injuries of varying degree as you play. I know I’ve seen (more than) my share of game-ending injuries, and few things in life are more jarring. One minute, everybody’s having a good time playing or cheering — the next, dead silence. No matter how important the game was moments ago, we’re forced into the realization that the game doesn’t matter at all when compared to the health of the players.
As a general rule, I don’t re-watch injuries, no matter how slight. The combination of worry, dread, and memory forms a pit in my stomach that makes me nauseous. Often I’m forced to concentrate on my breathing to simply handle the most basic human tasks and not hurl my breakfast everywhere.
That’s where I am right now.
By now the entire world knows about Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who collapsed after an incredibly ordinary football play. After undergoing CPR for NINE MINUTES, Hamlin was loaded into an ambulance and taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he remains in critical condition.
And while we don’t know for certain what caused Hamlin to collapse like so many previously healthy athletes before him, the usual suspects are ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE of what it WASN’T.
We’ve been saying for months that something like this was bound to happen, because the actual data in the real world shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that young healthy men are more at risk of the jab than covid itself.
Even if we take this study at its word, it states that if we jab A MILLION young males, we can prevent 6 deaths.
And in doing so, we create 39-47 cases of myocarditis (meaning roughly 20-25 deaths).
In what world does this make sense?
In our world, where the ‘leaders’ are so focused on getting jabs into arms that they’ll continue to outright lie that you getting your shot somehow protects others.
Meanwhile, government forces social media companies into removing true-but-inconvenient data and preventing any kind of discussion. People were banned for asking perfectly logical questions — many of which remain to this day.
Why is the cycle threshold on the test so high?
Why aren’t we testing for antibodies?
Why are we wearing masks until we sit down to eat?
Why are we treating everybody as if they have the same risk profile?
Why are we counting people up to 6 weeks after their first shot “unvaccinated”?
Why mandate the shot if it doesn’t stop transmission?
Why are we trusting the companies that have a huge incentive to lie?
Why are we not keeping track of WHICH vaccine people got?
Why are we ignoring (or actively attacking!) VAERS?
Most of all, why are the ‘experts’ continuing to push for controls that haven’t worked THE ENTIRE TIME?
These perfectly logical questions (and many more besides) were thrown aside. “Shut up and follow The Science”, the ‘experts’ explained. They organized and attacked any possible covid solution that wasn’t a Big Pharma jab. And if you pointed out how the government organizations in charge of ensuring the jab was safe were paid off by the pharmaceutical companies, out the Twitter door you went.
But some people just wouldn’t go quietly, and continued to scream to whoever was listening about the data being covered up or disappeared.
Trust me, it wasn’t for the fame. It wasn’t because we secretly wanted to sabotage real-life friendships. It wasn’t because we wanted to be alienated from family during holiday gatherings. It obviously wasn’t because of the money.
It was because we had damned good questions that still weren’t being answered.
Because that’s how science works. That’s how freedom of speech works. We question others until we have an answer that’s satisfactory — then we question ourselves to ensure we SHOULD be satisfied with the answer. This is the basis of science.
Throwing people out of the discussion is how tyranny works. Mandates are how tyranny works. Threatening your job is how tyranny works. And the tyrants are still holding onto the reins.
For over two years now, we’ve known that the shots don’t stop transmission. The virus will go through the population no matter how many people are or aren’t jabbed. Yet we STILL have government using its giant sledgehammer of force to mandate travelers have proof of covid shots.
People like me will continue to ask why. We’ll continue to demand the data the ‘leaders’ have been trying to hide. And we’ll continue to ask these questions until we’re satisfied with the answers.
Not because we want to be “right”, but because every single one of us has people we care about who are on the booster train. We are worried for their safety and want them to be informed about what they are putting in their bodies. We are worried about the future of humanity.
Edit: This tweet ended up being fake! My apologies for the error.
Assuming that we do this ‘out of hate’ is ridiculous. WE are the ones getting the hate. WE are the ones who had to deal with the medical tyranny attempting to destroy our lives. WE are the ones kicked out of polite society. And now that the jabbed are dying off exactly as we predicted, we’re still the only ones trying to sound the alarm.
But if I have to get kicked out of society because of my love for the world, so be it. I’ll sleep soundly at night.
Scream with me!