Normies and coronavirus

Sandstorm

Woodpecker
God we're all fucked...

To think how many morons will line up to get vaxxed.

I love the comments on facebook from these idiots on people refusing to wear masks, like 'let natural selection do it's work'.

If only they knew.

Cunts deserve it.
Haha, totally man - this is the greatest double-bluff of all time. Those who actually "know" what's going on will isolate themselves from the "vaccinations" and let the literal guinea pigs get jabbed. When they start fitting on the floor or dying, it will be a sad but bittersweet thing to witness.
 

LeoniusD

Woodpecker
The myths of vaccinations are being propagated by every zombie movie and game - as if anything in history backs it up.

But the convictions of normies is just too strong. I personally see vaccine damages in dogs as well. I talk occasionally with neighbors who have their dogs vaccinated. Sometimes I notice giant changes in the personality of dogs resembling autism and have conversations like this:
'Doggie was vaccinated recently, wasn't he?' 'Yes - just yesterday! How did you know?'
I even respond that you can see it in the behavior - the warmth and happiness is gone for a while. Other dogs get strange immune deficiency diseases that impacts their lives. One normie even said: 'Yeah - our little dachshund had seizures after one vaccination, but then the vet just switched to a different brand of vaccine and it was better.'

I know that the all-surrounding brainwashing won't reach them. I could give them information from Nobel price winners who are opposed to vaccination, could give them data, could even give them recordings of CDC officials who state in a meeting (that someone recorded and put online) that all vaccinations under the age 1 for humans are useless or that some vaccinations may help after 30 to 40 years in the population, but we would have to assess then. I could give them information about scientists who are working on aluminum-free vaccines, because currently all vaccines contain aluminum and it is far more toxic than it seems.

But nothing will change their minds - vaccines are sacred and frankly many normies feel the same about masks now. They honestly believe that you - the maskless - endanger their life or the life of someone else. They will direct the 2 minutes of hate against you in the future if you are an unvaccinated.
 
The myths of vaccinations are being propagated by every zombie movie and game - as if anything in history backs it up.
I'm really worried about where this is all going, due to how much of the predictive programming has played out.

All the breakout movies, 'contagion' (HOW do people not see through that one?)...

Then 'The Purge'...

And if you apply that to zombie movies...

Then 'Mad Max', 'On The Road' (or whatever that Liam Neeson movie was called)...

BUCKLE UP!!!

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But nothing will change their minds - vaccines are sacred and frankly many normies feel the same about masks now. They honestly believe that you - the maskless - endanger their life or the life of someone else. They will direct the 2 minutes of hate against you in the future if you are an unvaccinated.

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Cunts.

And there's so much out there now too...

www.londonreal.tv/kennedy
 
Just discovered that instead of standing on the social distancing markers you can chase normies around the store like a toddler playing catch the pigeon.

Also fun to stand with them in social distancing box markers...

"Oh, sorry, I thought it meant you HAD to stand here"

It makes it a game, to see how many people you can fit in the same spot.
 
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Kurgan

Kingfisher
I don't know if anyone lives in the US, but did you ever hear people say that the USA should've done it like "insert country here" where it's a smaller country that's the size of a US state? I'm seeing normies on Twitter say that. I don't think people want to get that those countries have smaller populations and don't have the same political structure the US does.
 
What really hurts on a day to day basis is knowing the game being played all around us and being totally unable to convince others. Many have basically latched on to the original message and cannot let go. Others are not as afraid yet play along with the farce out of sheer respect of men. The latter are the Virus equivalent of conservatives, and I can now appreciate why Vox Day hates conservatives so much.

All things Virus and lockdowns have caused a rift between myself and my family. I've explained to an older cousin who is sympathetic to me that all these restrictions are unjust and based on lies. His answer boiled down to "well, those are your beliefs and you can't force everyone one to believe them." (Somehow it escaped him that the VirusTyrants have forced US to bend to THEIR agenda). And also "to me it's better to be safe than sorry." At this point I was tempted to call him out for being gay and part of that community, but I decided break off before I lost what little good will I had left.

So. Of all my friends and family (and it's a large extended family, let me tell you) I count maybe two or three that I'm on the same page with. It's very disheartening, but at the same time I have to put myself in their position--one is alone like me, and trying fruitlessly to convince her relatives about Big Pharma's malfeasance. The others live with family who are also indoctrinated. This can also be a call to action as the few in the VirusResistance need all the help they can get, even if it's purely social and emotional.

I've been criticized for "pushing away" and "alienating" my liberal relatives, and being "angry" but I think it's just as well that I make a clean break. I am not dependent on them, nor they me, and they have their esteem by working for Big Tech, healthcare and the mainstream media, while I value none of those things. I've been secretly hoping that Journalist Cousin goes through and cancels me because I think I'd honestly feel freer as an outcast than being another puppet dependent on an evil System.
 
I've been criticized for "pushing away" and "alienating" my liberal relatives, and being "angry" but I think it's just as well that I make a clean break. I am not dependent on them, nor they me, and they have their esteem by working for Big Tech, healthcare and the mainstream media, while I value none of those things. I've been secretly hoping that Journalist Cousin goes through and cancels me because I think I'd honestly feel freer as an outcast than being another puppet dependent on an evil System.
Not sure where we are but this sounds pretty close to all this manufactured division:

Matthew 24:10-12
"And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another. And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many. And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold."
 
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What really hurts on a day to day basis is knowing the game being played all around us and being totally unable to convince others...
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It IS crazy making.

You've just got to remember that people have been lied to on such a level and for so long, it really isn't their fault, even though it's all so painfully obvious at this point.

The other thing is you don't need to convince everybody.

The tipping point is <10%, and we must be pretty much there.

Look at the demos in Berlin, or the comments on YT under a lot of MSM bullshit reports.

Hopefully pretty soon all those who have rubbished your "ridiculous" theories (like that no plane hit the pentagon, becuase, err, there was no wreckage) are going to look so unbelievably stupid they'll have to stay home. Again.
 

LeoniusD

Woodpecker
The numbers of estimated deaths by the normies don't surprise me - 3% to 9% they think in most Western countries. Don't feel bad about the 9% number of the US when the Germans think that 3% died while Germany has record low mortality and zero excess deaths this year. Even in the US it's on par with a bad flu season.

So the normies think that every 10th person died, but all you had as proof was drastic news on TV.

We have essentially arrived at 1984 despite an overwhelming amount of information - even credible counter-information. And the normies are not only willing participants in this - they will police and enforce everyone who deviates from it.

 

Seadog

Kingfisher
The numbers of estimated deaths by the normies don't surprise me - 3% to 9% they think in most Western countries. Don't feel bad about the 9% number of the US when the Germans think that 3% died while Germany has record low mortality and zero excess deaths this year. Even in the US it's on par with a bad flu season.

So the normies think that every 10th person died, but all you had as proof was drastic news on TV.

We have essentially arrived at 1984 despite an overwhelming amount of information - even credible counter-information. And the normies are not only willing participants in this - they will police and enforce everyone who deviates from it.
I first read that stat of all places actually on the Mr Money Mustache forums, which is funny since financial advice aside, they're notoriously blue pilled. I find the rift amazing from a social science perspective. My parents in their 60s/70s a couple neighbours also in their 60s/70s, basically don't care, wear masks only when forced on them by law, and if they were able to get around group and distancing limits, would, whereas other friend my age in their 30s literally didn't leave their property for 6 weeks.

I'm just really curious how the mind of someone who thinks every 11th person has died works. How many people do you know? Maybe 1000 people via the grape vine? Even if its just "remember so-and-so from high school?" I don't know a single person who's even caught the virus, let alone died and colloquially, something like 90% of the deaths have been in old folks' homes, so did you just not make that final leap from "well if 9% have died, and I know 900 people, I would expect to know _X_ people who've died. It reads like a grade 7 algebra problem.

My pet theory is that anyone over 60 probably lived through turbulent times like the 60s, and has seen much worse, so has a bit more perspective. I also think that's why I'm so ambivalent towards it as well. I've lived and worked in places via the oil industry where I had coworkers kidnapped for ransom and we'd occasionally need military escorts to ward off bandits. Military friends feel the same way since they've seen real risk. But, I guess I can see how to someone who's 25, never experienced real strife, risk, or hardship, and gets raised anxiety when the GPS stops working in their climate controlled Prius how this could be taxing? Maybe?

Even taking this nasty little bug into consideration, it's a pretty amazing time to be alive. I just wonder when we turned into a nation of cowards. My hope is that like the V2 rocket attacks on London, eventually people adopt a bit more of a stoic approach where after some initial cowering, people got on with their lives and if it gets me it gets me.
 

bucky

Pelican
I was just reading a thread on a pretty left-leaning group I'm a member of on FB where they're starting to concede that it's exceedingly rare for anyone who's not very old or otherwise in bad health to die from the virus. Now they're shifting to "it's not that it kills most people, the problem is that it does devastating long-term damage that will make you suffer for the rest of your life." I've heard that argument from time to time before, but everyone I've heard of who's gotten the virus recovered and seems to be fine now. Well, except one coworker's father-in-law who died from it, but the coworker was in his sixties, so I'm guessing his father-in-law was very elderly.

I still haven't personally met anyone who's had the virus, just heard from people I know who know someone who had it. Anyway, does anyone have an opinion or any more knowledge than me on the permanent health damage angle?
 

bucky

Pelican
The numbers of estimated deaths by the normies don't surprise me - 3% to 9% they think in most Western countries. Don't feel bad about the 9% number of the US when the Germans think that 3% died while Germany has record low mortality and zero excess deaths this year. Even in the US it's on par with a bad flu season.

So the normies think that every 10th person died, but all you had as proof was drastic news on TV.

We have essentially arrived at 1984 despite an overwhelming amount of information - even credible counter-information. And the normies are not only willing participants in this - they will police and enforce everyone who deviates from it.

Yes, I find it increasingly difficult to understand the mentality of the normies every time they start talking about "A NEW OUTBREAK!!!" or how "the numbers are going up again!!!!" Some Aussie chick on my FB feed posted about how the virus situation in the US is an "obvious disaster." Is it? How can you tell from Australia? I'm here and haven't seen any evidence with my own eyes that the virus actually exists. Don't get me wrong, I believe it exists, but it's more like the bad flu season someone else mentioned, hardly the "bring out your dead" scene from Holy Grail.

 
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