A useful measure of intelligence is future-time orientation – i.e., thinking about what might happen tomorrow (and next year) and taking steps to prepare for it.
In the past, this meant making sure you had enough firewood split in fall to last throughout the winter – in my neck of The Woods. Today, it means making sure you have everything you may need to last throughout what may prove to be a Dark Winter, the term given to what could happen in a couple of months from now – if the worst happens a couple of months from now.
The worst being legalized (well, “mandated”) lock-outs of the Unjabbed from commerce and life generally. Which will be worth enduring, since it may well save their lives – and not just from the danger of the Jabs.
By now, a reasonably bright ten-year-old ought to be able to grasp the methodology. That “masks” led to Jabs – and that general acceptance of the Jabs – now openly plural and ongoing, as this writer suggested was inevitable – will serve, if it comes to pass, as the Enabling Act conferring police powers upon doctors and other “health experts,” whom we will no longer merely ask about the latest drug but rather be told which drugs we’ll take. If we refuse – if we question – we will be diagnosed as sick – in the head – as was done in the old Soviet Union (as well as novels about authoritarian collectivism, such as Orwell’s 1984 and Huxley’s Brave New World).
The “sick” will be sent off to hospital-prisons, where they will be “treated,” like it or not. The building blocks of this regime are already being laid, as in Australia. As in the state of Washington, where it has come to light that an “isolation and quarantine facility” is being built – and jobs listings for “strike team” members have been posted. This isn’t Alex Jonesian “conspiracy theory.” It is publicly established fact.
For the moment, no one is being forcibly “relocated” by these “strike teams” but the language is alarmingly suggestive – and so is the prior behavior of the various state and now federal Gesundheitsfuhrers, who are clearly bent on forcing compliance with their prescriptions.
It would be prudent to prepare for what’s next – while hoping it never comes and doing all we can to prevent it from coming.
If you are “locked out” from commerce – from your current job, from being able to shop at most stores – because you refuse to roll up your sleeve and present your “papers” – will you be able to provide the necessities for yourself and your family? Everyone – who isn’t willing to submit – is at risk from this threat and had better be thinking about it and what to do about it.
The risk can be greatly reduced by lessening your dependence on your current job – if it is one that may become conditional upon the rolling up of your sleeve – and by making yourself more independent of stores that won’t permit you to shop, absent Proof of Jab.
Many Americans are vulnerable – because they have bought into a lifestyle of debt-service that has made them dependent upon a high-paying job. They earn a lot, but it doesn’t accumulate, much – because of the endless expenses.
How to continue paying the mortgage on the expensive house without a high-paying job?
That is the trap, set carefully – many years ago. The very rich don’t have to work – which is what makes them independent. But one does not need to be very rich in order to not have to work for a corporate employer. To be at liberty to change jobs when a given job becomes unsatisfactory – or insufferable.
Live in a smaller house, in a more affordable area and suddenly, you are rich – in terms of the freedom you now have, to say no.
To do something else.
Many people have been quietly doing this over the course of the past year or so. There has been a mass exodus of people away from the “hot spots” – of medical and financial tyranny (in the form of usurious taxes, including property taxes) and toward areas of the country where one can live freer, for less – and often, better.
The best scenario of all being home ownership – to the extent such is possible in a country that perpetually taxes things even after they have been paid for in full. Even so, to not have a monthly mortgage on a 1,500 square foot home will liberate you from the chains around your neck that come with the $1,500 per month mortgage payments on a 3,200 square foot home. If you own your home, they don’t own you. Even given the obnoxious taxes on what you own, which are far less than a mortgage payment – especially when not in addition to them.
Most property taxes can be paid for via part-time work.
If you don’t own your car, get one you do own.
By selling the one you don’t.
The market for used cars is bubblicious right now. Cash in – and pay off. Use what you have to buy what you can afford. Now you can afford to say no to any boss who tells you to Jab. Is having a touchscreen in your car worth being enserfed?
Take your kids out of government schools – which you’ll be able to do now, because you can easily live on one income rather than two. Now they don’t own your kids. No more “masks” – and never a Jab.
If you buy a home away from the hot spots, you will likely own some land along with it. Even if it’s only half an acre, that’s enough to have a garden and perhaps some poultry, to provide eggs, ongoing – greatly reducing your food dependence. You will also connect with people of like mind, build refusenik networks of people who have – like you – cut the ties that bind and who are thus much less vulnerable to being “locked out” of that which they have already kicked to the curb.
We can do this. Provided we stop playing by their rules.
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