Wayne McRoy explains some very interesting concepts in this interview with Marc Gray. One is "the Overton Window" -- a slow shifting of policy enacted upon the public by its rulers such that they comfortably accept the changes. Another describes transhumanism as "eugenics without coercion." Please listen:
As an example, see Governor Newsom of California admit on camera that he cannot mandate, he can only influence... The people have been influenced!
New York Times Blames US Covid Mismanagement on Individualism
Quoting The New York Times (8/6/20):AMERICA STANDS ALONE. Nearly every country has struggled to contain the coronavirus. But only one affluent nation has suffered a severe, sustained outbreak for more than four months: the United States...[There are] two central themes:First, the United States has a tradition of prioritizing individualism over government restrictions. That aversion to collective action helped lead to inadequate state lockdowns and inconsistent adherence to mask wearing based on partisanship instead of public health.
Second, many experts agree, America’s poor results stem in substantial measure from the performance of the Trump administration. “If you had to summarize our approach, it’s really poor federal leadership — disorganization and denial,” said Andy Slavitt, who ran Medicare and Medicaid from 2015 to 2017. The administration’s travel restrictions were insufficient. Health officials initially gave confusing advice around wearing masks in public. And the president’s public statements — including claiming that the virus wasn’t serious and would disappear — regularly spread misinformation. In no other high-income country have political leaders so frequently departed from expert advice.
Peggy Hall makes some important points in this video, directed at the Sprouts grocery chain.These apply to grocery stores throughout the country.From Sprouts' website:Any conduct by team members resulting in a denial or refusal of the full and equal enjoyment of our stores and services, or conduct discouraging a reasonable customer from visiting our stores,is prohibited.
Alison McDowell explains the human capital market that the COVID Reset is creating. Very interesting! Read through her website (plenty of source links) and watch her interview below (in four parts, links provided).
A very powerful analysis ...Quote:Whatever the ingredients of vaccines have been to date, nothing is more bizarre and unsettling than the proposals of what might be included in them in the future. Strategies—already well-funded and well on the way—include brain-machine interface nanotechnology, digital identity tracking devices, and technology with an expiration date that can be managed and turned off remotely.
Quote:I appreciate why [Bill] Gates and his colleagues want to call these technologies "vaccines."If they can persuade the body politic that injectible credit cards or injectible surveillance trackers or injectable brain-machine interface nanotechnologies are "vaccines," then they can enjoy the protection of a century or more of legal decisions and laws that support their efforts to mandate what they want to do. As well, they can insist that U.S. taxpayers fund, through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, the damages for which they would otherwise be liable as a result of their experiments—and violations of the Nuremberg Code and numerous civil and criminal laws—on the general population. The scheme is quite clever. Get the general population to go along with defining their new injectible high-tech concoctions as "vaccines," and they can slip them right into the vaccine pipeline.
Eric Clopper was terminated from his administrative position at Harvard University because of a performance he gave there on the subject of circumcision -- a play entitled Sex and Circumcision: A Love Story.He has enrolled in law school and, with his attorneys, has filed suit against Harvard. The video below is only an announcement, so for the fascinating details, read his Complaint here.
A quote from the Complaint:Clopper was surprised to see the content of his show cited as reasons for his termination, especially since he performed the Play in his individual capacity; his Harvard-employed boss approved everything in the Play and even directed portions of it; and Harvard’s Free Speech policy promised Clopper that Harvard will allow him to express his personal beliefs “consistent with First Amendment standards.”