That SOTL muzzle should read "...or else it gets Stage 4 again".
They will make this to be about mask-wearing and how dangerous those barefaced mask-refusers are. The reality is that it's about the usual black crime. I doubt that this upstanding fine gentleman came to a logical conclusion as of why masks are insane, not based on sound science or are more a gestapo-measure of the police state. He felt humiliated by the bus driver (who is likely just ordered to behave that way towards his passangers or the driver is just scared by the media) and responded in what Boondocks already had depicted very well years ago:In the year 2020.
It may be prudent to 'socially distance', simply to keep clear of the nutcases out there...
One comment says the driver wasn't killed.
Either way. Crazy enough as it is.
Flaunting that they’re hurting you appears to be part of the game. They want you to know their intentions are malicious, they want you to know what they’re doing is unreasonable, and they want you to know that you’re powerless to stop them. If I had to backwards-engineer this, I’d assume it means they discovered through MK-Ultra that people are more traumatized (and hence easier to control) by being told what’s happening and knowing they can’t stop it, rather than for the abuse to be disguised (at least past the initial stage, once there’s no recourse to undoing the damage).
I think it's perhaps too big a news for them to keep down. It's hard to figure out, perhaps its a "now we have to fight polio harder"
Last week, WHO and partners declared that the African continent was free of the wild polio virus, calling it “an incredible and emotional day.”
On Monday, WHO warned that the risk of further spread of the vaccine-derived polio across central Africa and the Horn of Africa was “high," noting the large-scale population movements in the region.
Drug maker AstraZeneca pauses COVID-19 vaccine trials for ‘routine’ checks due to ‘potentially unexplained illness’ during tests
The drug giant said it is “routine action” to pause trials whenever there is an unexplained illness among participants. “In large trials, illnesses will happen by chance but must be independently reviewed to check this carefully,” according to AstraZeneca. This comes after nine major pharma companies, including AstraZeneca, signed a petition, committing to not rush the process of developing a vaccine for COVID-19.