A Warning to the World

Written on December 24, 2021. Written by .

I believe at this point we have enough information to make some educated predictions on the future of the COVID-19 dystopia.

There has been much talk about the vaccines being a depopulation program. There have been many reports of deaths and adverse effects which do seem to lend some credence to this idea, but if we think about it from the point of view of the elites, this theory doesn’t make much sense.

The elites have two simultaneous goals: domination and depopulation, with domination being the higher priority since they would not do anything to threaten their own power. If they were to kill off all the trusting and compliant people who submitted to the shots, they would be left with those who are immune to their brainwashing techniques. These people are the hardest to control and would be a major threat to their dominance if they were not stymied by the compliant. If the elites are smart enough to pull off a plan like this, they can’t be dumb enough to make a mistake like that.

This is why we’re witnessing the gradual persecution of the unvaccinated in the media and in escalating government policies. They are conditioning the vaccinated to accept this kind of persecution which would have been seen as intolerable just a couple years ago. Already in America and other Western countries, many unvaccinated citizens are being deprived of their ability to work and participate in society. Jewish holocaust survivors describe the same techniques used against them in Germany.

By observing other countries we can see a few steps ahead in the plan. In Austria they are already making vaccination mandatory and in Australia and Canada people are already being forced into concentration camps, referred to as “quarantine camps”. Of course initially these are for short stays in order to condition people to think of them as normal. The media has been quiet about these camps and when they are mentioned they are not portrayed as a serious problem. Those who warn or complain about them are already being silenced or ignored by the media.

Most people are probably inclined to give the benefit of the doubt here and assume that though things have gone a little overboard, it should get better soon. Anyone who realizes that this is a man-made virus and a highly coordinated propaganda campaign would know that people who are this evil would never relinquish a situation like this without trying for more than just vaccine profits.

In the near future, you might hear rumors of people being detained in camps for much longer than two weeks, but the media will dismiss these claims as “disinformation” or just claim they are still testing positive, because that’s what the government will tell the media. The compliant will trust the media and not bother to do anything about it just as they haven’t done anything for the January 6th political prisoners being tortured in DC.

Meanwhile the media will continue brainwashing the vaccinated to believe that there will never be an end to the pandemic if the unvaccinated are free to roam around. By the time they start to realize that people are being detained indefinitely in the concentration camps, they will already be ready to accept this as justified since they chose not to comply and there’s just no other solution, which is of course completely false. They have already done something similar with the 2020 election where even when a Biden voter realizes that the election was fraudulent, they claim that the fraud was justified because Trump was such a threat to our democracy. Yes, I’ve personally heard this from real people. Imagine believing that stealing an election is less of a threat to our democracy than a president who mean tweets. That’s the level of brainwashing we are dealing with.

Eventually, when the unvaccinated are thoroughly vilified and forgotten, they can be exterminated, which eliminates the biggest hurdle to the elite’s total domination.

Meanwhile the vaccinated will be enslaved by vaccine passports and an endless series of booster shots. Anybody who decides to get off the ride will be treated just like the unvaccinated, so each individual will select themselves for either extermination or slavery.

At the end of this process, those remaining will be the most slavish, trusting, and compliant people of the world. People will be required to get new boosters soon after they are released. At this point it will be simple to administer a special booster that sterilizes the desired fraction of the population to finally achieve the depopulation goal with little risk.

Obviously, this being a prediction, I can’t guarantee that all this will actually happen, but at the same time, this is not just a fictional story either. This is a logically deduced explanation that best matches the known data: the easily assumed goals of the elites and the already witnessed steps that have been taken.

It may still be hard to believe, but for those who have studied history it should be less difficult because there are plenty of examples of genocide to compare to.

And even if one concludes that it’s just not that convincing that something like this is actually happening, it should be considered: at what point is it appropriate to take action. If it’s only a 50% chance, should we keep waiting for more confirmation? This hesitancy plays into their hands.

IF YOU SEE A VIABLE PATH TO GENOCIDE, FORGET PROBABILITIES, FORGET DECORUM, IT’S TIME TO TAKE ACTION.

Update 12-27-2021:

Q: How does this reconcile with the high levels of post-vaccination deaths seen in VAERS?

A: There are reports that different batches of Pfizer and Moderna have very different levels of adverse events (see http://howbad.info/). So perhaps the majority of vaccine recipients were given dilute or placebo doses that don’t really do anything. This would be consistent with how the vaccines haven’t seemed to help at all in terms of herd immunity. So why wouldn’t they give everyone placebos? If there was no apparent risk from taking the vaccine, there’s a chance that too many people would end up taking it and then the plan would fail to segregate and exterminate the free thinkers. By making it dangerous like Russian roulette, they can reliably separate out anyone who isn’t sufficiently brainwashed to trust the system with their life. Also, it creates a crab mentality effect in the vaccinated. Those who took the vaccine may feel that if they dove into a bucket where they could die, then everyone else should be forced into the bucket too so that everyone will share the same fate. This creates both additional support for vaccine passports to coerce more people into the bucket, and more antipathy towards those who remain outside the bucket, which supports the concentration camp part of the plan.

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The Red Pill Curriculum

Written on November 7, 2021. Written by .

I put together this collection of videos and documentaries to help people understand the extent of government malfeasance. It will be a hard pill to swallow for some, but it is now an ethical imperative to spread the truth as the malfeasance becomes malignant.

The Red Pill Curriculum

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The Righteous Mind

Written on September 3, 2021. Written by .

This book talked about the moral foundations that produce different political views. It says that the morality of liberals is based on care/harm and fairness/cheating, whereas the morality of conservatives encompasses those plus authority/subversion, loyalty/betrayal, and sanctity/degradation. Haidt suggests that these are genetic traits that evolved to adapt to our ancestor’s environments. He also seems to admit that as he studied this topic he began to see more value in some conservative views despite being a liberal. Interestingly he said that conservatives are more sensitive to threats including pathogens. He also said that libertarians have lower concern for the three conservative moralities, like liberals, though they have other differences with liberals: “… libertarians consistently come out as the most cerebral, most rational, and least emotional. On a very crude problem solving measure related to IQ, they score the highest. Libertarians, more than liberals or conservatives, have the capacity to reason their way to their ideology.” (https://righteousmind.com/largest-study-of-libertarian-psych/).

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The Body Keeps the Score

Written on November 17, 2020. Written by .

Very interesting and informative book about psychological trauma. I think it may be applicable to many people who don’t believe that they’ve been traumatized because trauma is a strong word, but the experience of trauma is probably more like a spectrum in which everyone has some degree of it. It explains some of the science about how the brain and body deal with trauma, but it’s not very heavy. It basically describes the author’s quest to improve the understanding and treatment of trauma. He seems to be somewhat of a dissident fighting some entrenched beliefs. For example, he promotes the diagnosis of complex PTSD and argues that common practices like CBT and talk therapy are not the most effective for it. The main actionable pieces of advice I noticed were: EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP) therapy, neurofeedback, yoga, and theatre.

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A People’s History of the United States

Written on October 1, 2020. Written by .

This book tells the history of the United States from the perspective of the common people rather than from the perspective of political leaders and elites. I think it is a useful supplement to the usual historical narrative, though for me it was quite boring and hard to get through. I finished it because I knew it was good for me even though it wasn’t entertaining. It focuses heavily on the oppression of demographics like Native Americans, Blacks, Women, and the poor. As a complement to a standard history this might be a reasonable approach since most readers are probably less familiar with this part of the picture, though it does make the book sound very one-sided, politically biased, and almost entirely negative. Although it is important to understand the negative side of the story, I’m not convinced that an almost purely negative retelling (in a book of this size) is the best antidote to the perhaps positively biased standard narrative.

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The History of Pandemic Lockdowns in the US

Written on July 15, 2020. Written by .

Deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic are still occurring, but this provides a picture of how COVID-19 currently compares to previous pandemics.

During the 1918 pandemic “Social distancing measures were introduced, for example closing schools, theatres, and places of worship, limiting public transportation, and banning mass gatherings. Wearing face masks became common in some places, such as Japan, though there were debates over their efficacy. There was also some resistance to their use, as exemplified by the Anti-Mask League of San Francisco.” There were no lockdowns like the one’s seen in 2020.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_flu

US Population
https://www.census.gov/population/estimates/nation/popclockest.txt
https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SP.POP.TOTL?locations=US
https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/us-population/

US Deaths
https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/1918-pandemic-h1n1.html
https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/1957-1958-pandemic.html
https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/1968-pandemic.html
https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/2009-h1n1-pandemic.html
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/index.htm

Mean Age
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2010/03/study-life-years-lost-h1n1-pandemic-had-sizable-impact
https://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/ages_deaths.htm
https://www.cebm.net/covid-19/global-covid-19-case-fatality-rates

Years Life Lost
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20352125/
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.06.19.20136069v1.full.pdf

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The communist roots of Black Lives Matter

Written on July 12, 2020. Written by .

Black Lives Matter cofounder Patrisse Cullors referred to herself and cofounder Alicia Garza as “trained Marxists” in a recorded interview. [1]

The third cofounder, Opal Tometi, wrote an article praising the socialist dictatorship of Venezuela, saying “We stand with the Venezuelan people as they build a revolutionary and popular democracy based on communal power”. [2]

The organization published an article mourning the death of Marxist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, writing “As Fidel ascends to the realm of the ancestors, we summon his guidance, strength, and power”. [3]

Black Lives Matter is administered by an organization whose vice chair, Susan Rosenberg, is a convicted communist terrorist who served 16 years of a 58 year sentence which was commuted by Bill Clinton. [4] [5] [6]

Rosenberg was a member of the May 19th Communist Organization (M19CO) which “openly advocate[d] the overthrow of the U.S. Government through armed struggle and the use of violence”. [7]

M19CO was a female-led combination of the Black Liberation Army (BLA) and the Weather Underground (WUO), active from 1978 to 1985. Most of the members, including Susan Rosenberg, were lesbian feminists. [7] [8] [9] [10] All three founders of Black Lives Matter (BLM) describe themselves as feminists and two of the three publicly identify as queer. [11] [12] [13] [14]

It seems that history rhymes.

Communist ideology has resulted in an estimated 100 million deaths worldwide… so far. [15] [16]

And we are painting the name of this organization on our public streets.

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyhy4IvkENg
[2] https://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/11789
[3] https://medium.com/@BlackLivesMatterNetwork/lessons-from-fidel-black-lives-matter-and-the-transition-of-el-comandante-c11ee5e51fb0
[4] https://www.influencewatch.org/non-profit/thousand-currents/
[5] https://thousandcurrents.org/black-lives-matter/
[6] https://web.archive.org/web/20200616222408/https:/thousandcurrents.org/board-of-directors/
[7] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Rosenberg
[8] https://books.google.com/books/about/Dykes_and_Fags_Want_to_Know.html?id=7N40yQEACAAJ
[9] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_19th_Communist_Organization
[10] https://www.amazon.com/Tonight-Bombed-U-S-Capitol-Explosive/dp/1501170120/
[11] https://www.nationalgeographic.com/history/2020/07/archival-black-lives-matter-co-founder-reflects-life-activism/
[12] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJWH0BFxo1A (@5:00)
[13] https://blacklivesmatter.com/our-co-founders/
[14] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrisse_Cullors
[15] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_killings_under_communist_regimes
[16] https://www.wsj.com/articles/100-years-of-communismand-100-million-dead-1510011810

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Seeing Like a State

Written on May 11, 2020. Written by .

This book goes deep into a discussion of how states operate and why their central planning schemes are often very destructive. The first part of the book talks about how states attempt to make their citizens and resources more “legible”, meaning easier to measure and administrate. The second part is about “high modernism”, the naive overconfidence in science and technology. The third part is about the centrally planned attempts to modernize rural populations which had terrible consequences. The fourth part makes the case that high-level state administrators can never have the same level of first-hand practical know-how that actual practitioners develop, and this is a big explanatory factor for why central planning has such bad outcomes. The book is quite scholarly and goes deeper into certain topics than I was interested in going, so I found the book a bit boring despite the fact that I think it makes strong points on very important topics.

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Smart and SeXy

Written on April 21, 2020. Written by .

This book is one of the most information dense books I’ve read, it felt like almost every sentence was providing a new fact and there are a ton of citations. Also one of the least politically correct books I’ve read. The first half of the book goes pretty deep into genetics related to sex chromosomes and their connection with intelligence. I learned about hemizygous exposure and X inactivation which are the type of thing I would have expected I’d heard about a long time ago, so this was really exciting to learn about. The second half of the book gave a lot of arguments against feminism supported by data. Even though I’ve heard a lot on this topic before, a lot was new to me and I found it really interesting. There were a couple points that I think may be incorrect, such as the explanation for why intelligence evolved in humans; the explanation in The Mating Mind seemed more persuasive to me. Also, he makes the claim that preservation of civilization is of utmost importance, which doesn’t square well with the ideas from Civilized to Death. Also, the false rape accusation statistics he provided were higher than most of the studies listed on Wikipedia and there wasn’t any discussion of the studies with lower rates, which suggests there may be some cherry-picking of data. But as long as it’s read with a grain of salt, I think the book is excellent, very informative, and very fun to read.

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The Illusion of the Self

Written on April 18, 2020. Written by .

The Buddhist concept of non-self says that the self is an illusion, but the meaning of this is subtle and requires some elaboration.

First we need to distinguish what I’ll call the “concept of self” and the “sense of self”. The concept of self is what you cognitively think of yourself as. The sense of self is the aspect of your subjective experience that makes you perceive yourself as a self (I’ll clarify this below, this is just the abstract definition). Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha by Daniel Ingram describes this sense of self as “a permanent, separate, independently functioning (acausal), localized self”.

The non-self concept says that the sense of self is an illusion. It’s possible to have an accurate concept of self without illusions, so it can be confusing to hear something like “the self is an illusion” without this distinction.

Ingram also says “sensations arise on their own in a natural, causal fashion, even the intentions to do things”. This statement essentially answers the question of free will vs determinism in philosophy. It says that our minds are deterministic, which implies that our sense of free will must be an illusion. This is part of the illusion of the self, but the illusion of the self is not limited to just free will.

The illusion of the self refers to a bundle of mental illusions (this list is probably incomplete):
1. the illusion of acausal free will: I choose to do this vs. this intention arose spontaneously
2. the illusion of acausal thought: I am thinking this thought vs. this thought arose spontaneously
3. the illusion of persistence: I am the same self today as I was yesterday vs. this consciousness only exists in the present moment (Zen and Ego-persistence)
4. the illusion of coherence: I generate and perceive all my thoughts vs. there are many interacting mental processes running simultaneously (this is discussed in The Mind Illuminated by Culadasa)
5. the illusion of duality: I am in my head/body vs. there is no precise division between myself and everything else

Our sense of self is merely the product of these illusions. How do we know this? Well, if you eliminate these illusions then all that’s left in your experience is consciousness, thoughts, and sensations; nothing that could be identified as a sense of self. Thus, the sense of self is an illusion.

Even if you cognitively understand that these are illusions, it doesn’t mean that you have overcome them. Regardless of what you believe philosophically, normally it still feels like you are thinking your thoughts, like you are actively driving the thought process. The reality is that the thoughts are being generated automatically and you are just experiencing them and getting your awareness lost in them.

With this understanding, we can see how meditation can allow one to see through this illusion. When you are meditating, thoughts will arise. If the thought completely consumes your consciousness then it just feels like you got distracted and this doesn’t lead to any insight. But the mind can be trained to witness the thought arise and pass. This means that conscious attention is strong enough that arising thoughts don’t always fully capture it. In this case, it becomes clear that you (the observer) didn’t create the thought because you just observed it arise and pass spontaneously. This is where the illusion breaks down because the illusion tells you that you are both the observer of the thought and the generator of the thought, but the observer knows it didn’t generate it. This is a direct experience of the illusion of the self.

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