It’s inevitable. It’s unfortunate. It’s also planned.
I have to believe it’s planned. The leaders can’t be this stupid.
I realize some look like they are, but it would take a special kind of stupid to put in place the predatory policies that are crippling America.
What country in its right mind with vast oil reserves that had finally gained energy independence would purposely shut off its own supply, displace tens of thousands of American jobs and then require we buy our energy at inflated prices from half way around the world?
That’s not stupid. That’s an agenda.
What government in the midst of the greatest worker shortage in our history would continue to pay people not to work, thus creating more shortages and massive delays?
That’s not stupid. That’s deliberate.
Then, to make matters worse, they attack the remaining workforce by mandating they take an inadequately tested vaccine with the worst adverse reaction record in recorded history.
Don’t believe me? Check out the latest data from Health and Human Services which has so far documented 1.6 million adverse reactions including 16,598 deaths as of two weeks ago. That’s more than five times the loss of life on 9/11.
Yet, the government is mandating that virtually every American (with notable exemptions like the nearly 500,000 postal workers who actually handle your personal mail) should have to roll the dice and be injected.
That’s not stupid. That’s wicked.
Are you more comfortable with the World Health Organization data? They’ve tracked 2,262,130 adverse reactions including 113,225 cardiac disorders.
If you’re good with those numbers and want to take the risk and the injection, that’s your choice. I hope it works out for you. Let’s not fight about that.
The bigger issue is the loss of rights being foisted upon us through collaboration with a thoroughly corrupt media that get’s their talking points from higher up the chain.
At some point, you have to ask what the bigger agenda is. Either that or just be swept up in it.
There is hope however. And a way forward. It won’t be easy, but it will be better than just laying down and taking whatever comes.
The way forward has a lot to do with communication and information sources. I will share some ideas with you in future blogs, but in the meantime, be careful who you listen to.
Don’t get caught up in wild nonsensical conspiracy theories. The truth is bad enough, without fabricating the kind of craziness that is rampant on the internet.
More about that later. It’s almost time for the Friday Coaching call I host with business folks from all over the world. You can learn about that here if you like.