From the American Playwright, CJ Hopkins:
This isn’t going to be pretty, folks. The downfall of a death cult rarely is. There is going to be wailing and gnashing of teeth, incoherent fanatical jabbering, mass deleting of embarrassing tweets.
There’s going to be a veritable tsunami of desperate rationalizing, strenuous denying, shameless blame-shifting, and other forms of ass-covering, as suddenly former Covidian Cult members make a last-minute break for the jungle before the fully-vaxxed-and-boosted “Safe and Effective Kool-Aid” servers get to them.
Yes, that’s right, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, the official COVID narrative is finally falling apart, or is being hastily disassembled, or historically revised, right before our eyes.
The “experts” and “authorities” are finally acknowledging that the “COVID deaths” and “hospitalization” statistics are artificially inflated and totally unreliable (which they have been from the very beginning), and they are admitting that their miracle “vaccines” don’t work (unless you change the definition of the word “vaccine”), and that they have killed a few people, or maybe more than a few people, and that lockdowns were probably “a serious mistake.”
I am not going to bother with further citations. You can surf the Internet as well as I can.
The point is, the “Apocalyptic Pandemic” PSYOP has reached its expiration date. After almost two years of mass hysteria over a virus that causes mild-to-moderate common-cold or flu-like symptoms (or absolutely no symptoms whatsoever) in about 95% of the infected and the overall infection fatality rate of which is approximately 0.1% to 0.5%, people’s nerves are shot.
We are all exhausted. Even the Covidian cultists are exhausted. And they are starting to abandon the cult en masse.
It was always mostly just a matter of time.
As Klaus Schwab said: “The pandemic represent[ed] a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.”
It isn’t over, but that window is closing, and our world has not been “reimagined” and “reset,” not irrevocably, not just yet.
Clearly, GloboCap underestimated the potential resistance to the Great Reset, and the time it would take to crush that resistance. And now the clock is running down, and the resistance isn’t crushed … on the contrary, it is growing.
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