A girl that really likes to look good and makes nice makeup will absolutely detest the mask on that basis alone.
Yup it's sad to see my colleagues for example celebrating getting the vaxx, literally celebrating like they've won the Champions League. They're in for some drama when they'll lock it down again because is strains whatsoever. To be honest I'm not too hopeful about a massive resistance coming up when that happens, for 80% just does what the gov and experts tell 'm. If you don't see it now, you are unlikely to see it in a couple of months. That being said and to keep it white pill, we don't need the majority to form a alternative system within society. If 10% of people headstrong rejects this, we have good numbers. If organized way more powerful than the 80% sheeple. If you have e.g. 1.7 mill people in the NL (10%) you've gotta do something with them as society, you can't just lock them out and let them whither away, for people who've lost everything are dangerous. ''A cat in danger makes weird jumps'' so say it in DunglishProbably yeah, the question is how will people react to a third lockdown, will they finally REALLY fight back against this tyranny? And what will happen to the vaccinated people when the seasonal flue returns? Is their immune system ruined and will they become severly sick and many die?... If yes they will blame it on covid of course and not on vaccines.
Or maybe none of this all will happen. Its going to be a very interresting winter, thats for sure.
That's a phase you have to go through my friend. I've had this for sure when I realized this with Roosh Hour 42 Cojonavirus is revolution and in its wake diving into all the 5+ hour streams, interviews and works of the conspiracy community. It will be something like shock, fear, anger, fear and anger combined, willing to tell it to other people, realize other people won't see it don't want to see it or are incapable of seeing it and then finding God and accepting this is the way it has to be going. Then limit your news consumption down to the core, go out in the world and live your life. There's a good post in the Health thread about limiting your news consumption.I have become quite depressed recently as the gravity of what is going on has sunk in. It is affecting my mind on a daily basis and I am deciding now to focus only on the positive side of things.
There are plenty of free-thinkers out there and I'm going to continue posting in this thread to give more of us on here some hope. We aren't alone and there are more people supportive of our cause, the good and right cause, than we know.
I encourage anyone else who comes across good news to post in here, no matter how small. I believe this great reset is doomed to fail, and we will have bumpy times, but let's keep our morale up. They have accelerated things too fast and are losing control and trust, and I think they have greatly underestimated the human spirit and how accessible real information is online, which hurts their agenda.
Any small win is a win, and that gains momentum. The less isolated we feel, the more action we take on a personal level and do more good in the world which will spread further.
Dinesh D’Souza on Gab: 'CNN forgot to pre-screen these guests and so got a taste of how the rest of the country thinks and feels. A nasty surprise! https://rumble.com/virbfj-cnn-host-stunned-when-red-pilled-guests-dont-follow-the-lib-vaccine-narrati.html?mref=23gga&mc=8uxj1'gab.com
How boring and meaningless traveling actually is. This cojona thing and the lack of travel really made me realize just how unnecessary it is. I've traveled through Europe, been to North-Africa, Turkey, Thailand. That's more than 99.9999999% of world population in history and I'm in my late 20s. And what did I gain by it? Granted, Istanbul and Rome were fantastic. But in general? What did it add? What do I have now at this very moment more than I would've had if I'd stayed in a village like in prior times, feel the woods, do my work, care for my family, be in comfort and tranquility and aligned with the natural cycle. What a scam the travel trap is.Some people are still travelling
Gyms were finally allowed to reopen this week where I am. I went this morning and, despite the signage everywhere, no one was wearing a mask during their workouts (yes, you're supposed to mask while working out) and many people - maybe even most? - were leaving them off while moving around. On Sunday they had people going around chastizing people for that, but it looks like there's a critical mass of people doing it now and so they've given up.
Just because you failed to extract value from your travels doesn't mean it's bad. Travel is like a medium, you have to use it to do good, if you use it to pursue sin, meaningless hedonism or else then travel is indeed pointless.How boring and meaningless traveling actually is. This cojona thing and the lack of travel really made me realize just how unnecessary it is. I've traveled through Europe, been to North-Africa, Turkey, Thailand. That's more than 99.9999999% of world population in history and I'm in my late 20s. And what did I gain by it? Granted, Istanbul and Rome were fantastic. But in general? What did it add? What do I have now at this very moment more than I would've had if I'd stayed in a village like in prior times, feel the woods, do my work, care for my family, be in comfort and tranquility and aligned with the natural cycle. What a scam the travel trap is.