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Pélerine: People Are Overdosing On Red Pills And Flaunting Their I'm-Not-Buying-It-ism
"This is despair by another name."
This post, from yesterday, was about on thing: What Robert F. Kennedy Jr. believes today about Covid, as an “op.” He states clearly (evidence was posted) that Covid was planned very carefully, and that he uncovered at least 20 more CIA simulated global disaster preparedness reels.
I happened to be present on a thread when he found this out. Do you want human minds to move? Should rivers also stand still? What is this awful trend of not permitting people’s world views to evolve?
It is very clear to me that RFK Jr. changes his previous beliefs when presented with new evidence and we hold that to be the standard of a sane and civilized person—to advance and expand one’s sense of “truth,” at all times.
One of my readers, Sandra, quoted a third party, (unnamed for now, as it was the fact or non fact I was aiming for) saying RFK Jr. was controlled opposition and one of the ways to know that is that he titled a chapter in his book The Real Anthony Fauci, making it sound as though Covid was the result of mismanagement.
And it changed.
I am getting word that the comments section has become Lord of The Flies, and truth be told I am loathe to look. How could we possibly be having such a problem about such a basic correction to the record? We’re adults, so what’s the problem? Adults appreciate when mistakes are brought to their attention. I guess I have to go read the comments to understand why this post is The End Of The World. Please don’t tell me No Virus entered into it. Did it? It was about Bungled Vs. Planned and RFK Jr.’s stance and whether it is reasonable to call him controlled opposition—period. That was the post.
I used to get angry (as late as 2003) when people said 9/11 was an inside job. I used to feed my child pasta.
“I'm thinking that some may have "overdosed" on the "red pills" and have completely succumbed to the "trust-nothing-and-no-one" view. Sort of like having discovered the "key to the secret to everything" and applying it to everything and everyone without exception.
“It's a demoralizing and unhelpful attitude. A dead end, because it sort of absolves one of having to act - what's the use? It's all controlled by the PTBs, anyway, so why waste your time fighting for anything?
“This is despair by another name. Not a Christian or Catholic virtue at all. Thus I resist it. (I didn't used to--before I returned to my faith.)”
Be sure to listen to this interview with RFK Jr. Teresa posted, before you make up your mind. What I would say, before I would say anything else, is this: Clarity can not be faked. Clarity always opposes evil. RFK Jr. clarifies each time he speaks. I challenge anybody to find him being obtuse, obscure, overly scientifically esoteric/elitist so that only some can understand the meaning. I don’t think he is a snob—at all. Snobs like to make things inaccessible to everybody except an elect cadre.
RFK Jr. must be our next President.
As Lyndon LaRouche made clear, the public execution of JFK in 1963 did not only destroy the President but also was designed to destroy and corrupt the Presidency. And they are different.
“All I know is, you got to keep fighting and if we stop fighting, we lose, for sure.” (laughs.)
—Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
I did not post anything disrespectful; I posted something in which evidence was presented to correct the record on something. If all hell broke out, I didn’t bring those spirits in. I call for respect between all factions who oppose pharmaceutical/government/media lies and genocide.
Many years ago, my friend Peter Olsen, in a kitchen, in the countryside in Sweden, turned from the stove and said to me: “Celia, there is one war. Forget all other wars. The war is between global corporations and life.”
I might substitute: “The banking system,” for “global corporations.” But the point remains.
“Christendom has also retreated from freedom. In the much talk today about human rights, we forget that our human rights are derived from the Christian faith. In Christian terms every single human being, whoever he or she may be, sick or well, clever or foolish, beautiful or ugly, every single human being is loved of his Creator, who has, as the Gospels tell us, counted the hairs of his head.”
― Malcolm Muggeridge, The End of Christendom