All posts by Mary O'Shea

Did we every really care? Did you? Be honest.

If the blue sky turned gradually green.  If the leaves on the trees turned gradually bright blue.  If the green grass turned gradually red.  If the skin on your face turned gradually purple… would you notice?  Are you sure?

Little in life makes sense anymore.  Life in many countries has been completely altered for 75% of the populations.  Human rights and civil liberties have been all but eroded.  Did you notice?  It would appear that most have not.  Because it happened GRADUALLY while we were pumped a daily dose of fear by media, government and the big stores/supermarkets.

But that is not what I want to write about.  I want to write about our innermost beings – the ones we now are and the ones we were, or perhaps I should say “the ones we thought we were”. Because that is what I doubt and ponder these days.

Remember when we cared about:

  • our kids in overcrowded classrooms
  • homeless kids
  • kids in abused homes where Mom or Dad was being battered or emotionally abused
  • hungry kids
  • kids in war zones
  • sexually abused, missing kids, Madeleine McCann
  • suicides
  • lonely people – our neighbours – our elderly in nursing homes
  • old people living alone
  • alcoholics and people with drug problems
  • Our family, friends, neighbours with mental conditions, unable to cope with life, mental health problems
  • people with autism, downs syndrome, special needs, the “lucky” ones who had some place to go every day for education, help, support – the unlucky ones for whom there were never enough places.
  • Disabled people – the “lucky” ones who went to some type of recreational or rehabilitative therapy every day.
  • Cancer suffers.  Remember the hoo-haw about the cervical cancer scandal.  The women who died and are dying now BECAUSE of a wrong diagnosis.
  • Vera Twomey’s walk from Cork to Dublin and how she had to fight for her child’s medicine?  We all supported her – didn’t we?
  • the “boat people” being washed up on european shores
  • people we saw on tv being washed away in tsunamis
  • the people who died in the Twin Towers on 9/11
  • deaths in earthquakes, tsunamis, wars
  • endangered species
  • the rubbish mountains floating in our oceans
  • the annihilation of dolphins and whales
  • inhumane treatment of animals
  • having local community centres in which to gather, play sports, encourage community living and neighbourliness, where classes in handcraft and everything under the sun could be learned.
  • meeting our buddies in the pub – discussing the state of the country
  • night clubs – the hope of meeting the love of our life or at least a little romance or whatever.
  • meeting and chatting with other parents at the school gates
  • teachers who talked to us about our kids progress
  • going to the doctor and actually being able to walk in the door and sit in a waiting room with lots of other sick people – without a care in the world that we could catch their undiagnosed ailments.
  • meeting others in the supermarket and having a quick chat
  • going to the beach, the football match, watching our kids play in the playground, on the pitch, at the swimming pool.
  • when  we cared about our kids ability to socialise, make nice friends, have good relationships, get on in school, get good grades, get that college place that they had been dreaming about.
  • going to Woodies or some such place to buy the BBQ, seeds for the spring planting, a few pots – bits and pieces for the house
  • meeting in bookies to watch Cheltenham and take a wee gamble or a few pints in the local and watch the TV there – travelling to Cheltenham – now that would be a treat!
  • planning and going on a foreign holiday or a weekend break
  • organising the “proper” send off aka funeral for our loved ones.  Remembering and sharing our best memories of them around the grave, in the church, at the rosary
  • the health scandals – did we really care?
  • first communions
  • grads ball
  • confirmation day
  • weddings…..
  • the older people getting to Mass
  • priests actually cared about whether people came to the Church or not – remember when they cared enough to actually minister to people
  • the excitement of getting the Intermediate Certificate and Leaving Cert results – the celebrations with our kids – their celebrations.
  • what our elected reps were doing in Dail Eireann.
  • what was happening our land, our fishing rights, our woods, our parks, green areas, coastlines, beaches
  • how and why people were becoming homeless – the land grab by the banks, the vulture funds
  • where we were going to go at the weekend
  • paying our mortgage, buying that house or apt. how we were managing to pay off that loan, credit union etc and looking forward to our next move up the financial ladder.
  • Remember when doctor and nurses – your own local GP cared enough about you to let you in the door, to tell you the truth – he/she can’t be that stupid that they have done no research themselves into covid – they don’t have to research now, the evidence is all over the place in spite of the global censorship.  Did he ever care enough to tell you take vit C, vit D and Zinc? Did he tell you not to worry because there are treatments and preventatives?  Did he care enough to give you the once-a-month hydroxychloroquine tablet to prevent you getting covid or did he push the flu vax at you?  Remember?  Did he give you the flu insert paper to read before sticking the needle in you?  Remember!
  • Remember when there were therapists who seemed to actually care, who counseled on mental health, slimming and every condition under the sun?  When AA, Al Anon and Gamblers Anonymous were active?  Where the hell did they all disappear to?  Hiding under their beds?  Some therapists.  They have effectively said, by disappearing and not continuing their practice, that they have no belief at all in what they were preaching and charging for!  OR they just didn’t give a shit!  They certainly are not the caliber to jump in the river to save a drowning child!

Do you remember when we actually cared about all that?  But – DID WE REALLY?  DEEP DOWN did we give a shit about anyone or anything outside of our own bodies?  Did we even care enough about our kids or their future to make it our business to get info other than the gvt paid media?

The answer to all those questions has to be “No – we didn’t and don’t give a “….” about anything or anyone.”

In 2020 when the gvt said “LOCKDOWN” everyone ran indoors and mentally said “fuck you” to everyone we supposedly cared about up to that point.

Have you never wondered what happened to all the refugees, boat people, homeless, elderly (apart from those who “died” in nursing homes that we will never get an investigation into), disabled, people living alone.  Suddenly we had no earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, war, famine deaths from accidents, suicides, flu.  We only had covid deaths.  What the hell happened?   If you start asking that question you have to actually question reality itself.  How did everything we had been hearing about before – in the news media – suddenly totally disappear?  To be replaces by only one thing – coronavirus.  ????

What happened our brains? our memories? our emotions?  our sympathy? our empathy?  Did we just sit in front of the box in the corner, eat junk food and turn into zombies?

Apparently the majority did and look at what we have become.  A world divided.  A society divided.  Do you know that no country is currently getting any RELEVANT news about what is happening elsewhere, via the mainstream media outlets?

And there is lots happening around the world.  Oh yes!  There is a whole world waking up but, you don’t hear about it – unless you are one of the enlightened people whom the media vilifies as conspiracy theorists, far right individuals who have turned into the underground alternative media sources to find the truth, the news, the current events worldwide.  Imagine that! Imagine that mainstream media, facebook, twitter, google and YouTube have taken total control of what you can and cannot see/hear.  Did you even know?  Imagine that just like in World War II there is an underground media, an underground resistance fighting for your freedom.

Where do you stand?  Where do you stand for your kids?  Where do you stand today for the people who can’t stand for themselves? Will you stand up?  Will you wake up?  Or will you sit on the fence until you see enough people standing up that you won’t be afraid any more?

Where would we be now if nobody stood up on Easter Sunday 1916 at the GPO in Dublin? Where would we be now if the first brave women had not taken the trains to Belfast for contraceptives?  If the suffragettes had not taken a stand?  If Ghandi and Nelson Mandela had not spoken?  If Dunnes Stores workers had not stood against South African apartheid?

I see little courage around me today – only fear, and the daft thing is that it is fear in the minds.  Til now there has been little to really fear.  However, now there are some real things on the road to fear

  • we are a police state, the gardai have become our jailers.  The law states we cannot LEAVE OUR HOMES without a reasonable excuse that is on a prescribed list – as of yesterday 6th March they are using force to imprison us.
  • we will be masked forever
  • we will be force “vaccinated” – it is not a real vaccine, it will not protect us – because there is nothing we need to be protected against – it is a DNA gene altering substance and we are the guinea pigs because they admit there is no reversal and they do not know the long term consequences but experts are telling us that infertility is one of the effects.  Will you even research the deaths and adverse reactions from the covid “vaccine”?
  • our elderly, disabled, imprisoned and front line workers are to be the first to be got rid of.  Think about it – our doctors (they are actually exempt), nurses, carers, gardai and defence forces to be the first to go…. yeah just a conspiracy theory?  Remember when you watched “star trek”?  The little device where they said “beam me up Scotty!”  Was it not the first idea of the mobile phone?  Think again about all those films you been watching the last 20 years out of Hollywood.  All those sci-fi, walking dead and walking zombie films.  Fantasy or future-telling?

The only reason we are on this road to perdition is because

  • people are not looking at alternative scientific info
  • people are not looking at the economic consequences of this needless lockdown
  • people are not aware the rest of the world is opening up and Ireland has had the longest and most sever lockdown -for what?  Look at the number of deaths for heaven’s sake – or at least the sake of your kids’ future!
  • mask wearing signals we are obedient zombies
  • mask wearing in the street signals TOTAL fear or TOTAL ZOMBIE
  • not exerting your right to be maskless in a shop on grounds of disability, breathing/heart/health problems or severe distress due to other conditions – WHICH YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DISCLOSE is signalling your compliance to masks and that you will be easily vaccinated, imprisoned also.  You are an obedient zombie
  • Not reaching out to your neighbour, your family – you are part of the genocide.  What are you doing for anyone?
  • Be honest – are you happy to sit at home, take gvt money and allow your kids to be slaves forever?  I do mean “SLAVES”  Are you content that your kids are unlikely to ever have kids?  Especially if they get the covid vaccine and survive it?
  • There are a thousand ways to end this madness and it all boils down to one basic question “DO YOU CARE ABOUT ANYONE BUT YOURSELF?”

Do you care enough about anyone besides yourself to quietly stand up, reach out, make it a point of meeting and talking with others, exchange real information, look around you  – I mean REALLY LOOK AROUND YOU – where are the deaths coming from?  Look at the real death figures not the CASE figures.  CASE figures mean diddly squat!  Your are being made a fool of and the gvt are laughing at your gullibility!  Laughing at your stupidity!   LOOK and I mean REALLY LOOK AT THE POLITICIANS!  QUESTION at least in your own mind WHERE IS ALL THE MONEY GOING?  WHERE IS ALL THE COVID MONEY GOING?  GRANTS?  TO WHOM?

WHO IS FIGHTING FOR YOUR FREEDOM in Ireland NOW?

Who is speaking up around the world against this coming slavery?

We are at a crossroads – FREEDOM or SLAVERY?  Your choice.  Last chance.

OFFICIAL COVID FIGURES FOR IRELAND

Are you stupid or lazy? You are one of the two if you are running around wearing a mask and sitting at home listening to RTE like sheep instead of looking at the official figures yourselves.
 
SINCE FEB 2020 to 11 Dec 2020 on the Government CSO website as follows:
 
Total Deaths confirmed tested positive for covid = 1862
Out of 1862 deaths 1739 had UNDERLYING conditions
Out of 1862 deaths 50 FIFTY had NO UNDERLYING conditions.
Out of 1862 deaths 73 are as yet unspecified.
 
Out of 1862 deaths 7 were HEALTH WORKERS
Out of 1862 deaths 1780 were NOT health workers
Out of 1862 deaths 75 were not specified health workers or not.
 
Out of 1862 deaths 0 were in the 0 – 24 Age bracket = ZERO
Out of 1862 deaths 17 were in the 25 – 44 Age bracket.
Out of 1862 deaths 114 were in the 45 – 65 Age bracket
Out of 1862 deaths 532 were in the 66 – 79 Age bracket
Out of 1862 deaths 1197 were over 80 years of age.
 
Are you sitting at home listening to the following CASE numbers – meaning people tested positive when their samples went through 45 – 60 cycles BUT the max recommended test cycle is 35. After that we get FALSE POSITIVES. Asymptomatic people are people with no symptoms and probably have shit all wrong with them. But gvt would like to keep the lockdown going using false positives.
 
CASES not DEATHS (read the words) reported several times a day on RTE to frighten you out of your wits – apparently working exceedingly well are as follows
 
Positive CASES =76,279 CASES not DEATHS from Feb to 11 DEC.
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 19653 had underlying conditions
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 44,349 had NO underlying conditions
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 12,277 were not specified with or without underlying conditions.
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 12,485 were health care workers
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 54,180 were NOT health care workers
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 9,614 occupation not specified
 
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 7,136 were age 0 – 14
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 13,266 were age 15 – 24
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 24,762 were age 25 – 44
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 19,610 were age 45 – 65
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 6,166 were age 66 – 75
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 5,311 were over 80 years of age
Out of 76,279 Positive Tested CASES 28 were not age specific.
 
Full breakdown and further analyses on the IRISH GOVERNMENT Central Statistics Office site here https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/br/b-cdc/covid-19deathsandcasesseries18/
 
Snap out of your daze and wake up before there are no jobs left to go to, No small business open. No pubs or restaurants apart from those in the big hotels. Then the gvt cuts the payments you are currently receiving. What then? Food producers are being shut down. 3,000 people have already had serious adverse reactions worldwide to the vaccine. Start looking at who is getting all the contracts for PPE gear, etc etc. It amounts to MILLIONS of Euros going to …. who do you think? How are Irish politicians millionaires? But if you are happy to lose everything and let them keep creaming off the top of the money pyramid – go back sleep.

Life on Earth – Past .v. Future

As humans, it comes natural to us to try to find the silver lining behind the cloud.  I am done looking for the silver lining behind coronavirus/covid.  There is one outcome from it though – it has given many of us time to think, reflect, analyse and research the world around us – me included.

I am going to remember what life was like when I was a child and anyone born after 1970/80 will have no idea of my memories as  child or how I saw the world.   I know there are people with different memories – as you would read in books like “Angela’s Ashes” and there were the Magdalene Laundries and the Industrial Schools and much more – they all still exist in one form another today if you just look close enough.  But I going to tell of other things.

I lived through a time when

  • there was no television – we had radio and gramaphones that played records.
  • Our music, if it was not traditional, came from pirate radio – Radio Caroline or Radio Luxembourg.  I remember hearing it was sometimes from a ship out at sea.  That was rock n roll or pop music.  We had Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and the Beatles!
  • We had dances on a Saturday and Sunday nights in local parish halls or later on the big Dance Halls.  That and Sunday mass was where most people met their wives/husbands.
  • I remember having a bedside candle, not a bedside light.
  • Not everyone could read and not everyone had access to lots of books (I did later) so we went to bed and waited to fall asleep naturally – we mostly dreamed of our futures and what we want to do or be or have.  We used our imagination.
  • there were no cars – we went to church on Sunday in a Horse & Trap, winter and summer.
  • there were no supermarkets – there was a shop several miles away.  My aunt would cycle to it once every two weeks or so.  My uncle would bring the morning paper on his way from the creamery.  He took four big churns of milk from the farm to the local creamery about 3 miles away with a horse and cart.  He would also bring grain or flour from the mill when needed by the same way.   Now and again an enterprising man would call with a van full of groceries which we could buy from – that was a treat.
  • we ate breakfast, dinner ( mid-day) and supper.  We did not have snacks in between.  The only fruit we knew were apples, plumbs, cherries, rhubarb, gooseberries, blackcurrants – all of which we grew ourselves.  Then we had wild blackberries, wild strawberries and mushrooms – all of which were safe to eat because we didn’t have widespread pesticide spraying.  We only had ice cream in the summer time if we visited a town or city.
  • Weekdays breakfast was a boiled egg, homemade brown or soda bread with butter and jam.  We also had black treacle, golden syrup and honey.  Dinner was bacon, boiled potatoes and either cabbage or turnip.  Supper was a choice of boiled egg, cold bacon and cabbage – from dinner time if left over – on slices of homemade soda bread/butter.  Sometimes there was afternoon tea or a cup of tea at night with a slice of rhubarb tart or cake – always homemade.   When wild mushrooms were found they were fried for supper – with a dash of tea to make a tasty gravy.
  • Sunday breakfast was a fry up of rashers (bacon), sausages, fried egg and a beautiful gravy made by adding tea to the frying pan (no, I don’t remember how to make it, wish I did).  Sunday dinner was roast chicken and potatoes – don’t remember the veg.  Sunday evening was left overs from dinner and maybe fried sliced potatoes and onions.
  • We killed a pig once a year.  Neighbours would help each other.  Maybe two families would each kill an butcher their pigs together.  It was a process that would take a day or two.  Most of the meat was put into big barrels of salt for a few weeks/months (I don’t remember) then it would be taken out in chunks and hung up near in a hot press to “cure” – that was the best meat I ever tasted and nobody today can replicate it because it takes time and we are now in any age where everything has to be “instant”  The women would take the blood and make black pudding by mixing it with rice and spices.  You could not find a pudding today to match it.   They also made sausages and what held the meat was the scraped and washed gut.  Then there was the tripe/drisheen/Pigs Head and trotters lol!  Before you allow this to assault your sense of… whatever.. remember Ireland had terrible famine years in the not too distant past – food was a thing to be respected and never wasted.  That was ingrained in us.
  • We didn’t have a freezer or a fridge.  We had a slab of marble on which to lay food in the coldest area of the house.  For some days after the killing of the pig we had porksteak, pork chops, sausages and puddings.   When it was gone, it was gone because it would not keep anyway and these parts of the pig were also shared with extended family or friends.
  • Farmers didn’t make silage – they made HAY.  We had distinct seasons.  Summer began in June, we put on our summer dresses and didn’t need to take them off until Sept.  Summer was summer with little or no rain.  Winter was winter and we had enough snow to build snowmen and have snowball fights.  We had clear blue skies unless clouds arrived with rain or snow.
  • When it rained we put on wellingtons and raincoats if we needed to go somewhere or do something.  If not we sat inside the windows or, if not cold, inside the open doorway  – maybe even a stool in the cowshed because it was always warm there if the the cows were in, and we watched the rain falling – it was peaceful.  Remember no radio, no phones, no music outside – just nature.  We rode the horse and ran when the gander or the cock chased us.
  • We hugged and played with dogs and cats and rolled around in the haybarn – they never seemed to have anything we should be afraid of.  Never heard of “ticks”.
  • Farmers treated their animals with ointments and potions.  Vets only appeared if need for something to do with a cow (AI I think)
  • Potatoes, apples, beets were harvested and stored.  Vegetables were grown according to the season.  We harvested seeds from flowers and plants for planting the following year.  We had flower gardens.
  • We lived in houses made of thick stone walls and thatched roofs with vaulted ceilings.  They were warm in winter and cool in summer.
  • We didn’t have heated houses.  We used hot water bottles in bed and every house had a fireplace in the kitchen – some had another one in the parlour (sitting room)
  • We didn’t get sick much and if we did need a doctor, someone went to the local post office, called him and he came.
  • Our standard medicine was a spoon of malt for children who were considered not strong or a small glass of stout mixed with hot milk for iron.  Aspirin for fever.  Headache didn’t seem to be a problem.  Homemade hot lemonade made from lemons and orange peels simmered in water with a little added sugar and the lemon juice.  If you had a cut you spilled peroxide on it.  If you had a thorn you put peroxide on it, burned the top of a needle with a match and took out the thorn, more peroxide.  Job done.  If you had a blister you did the same with the needle.  If you had a boil you put a hot poultice on it until the poison was drawn.
  • Sometimes you went to a “healer” for an ointment or something if modern medicine didn’t work – sometimes the healer did the job. I saw that myself with a family member who had rash the doctor could not heal and it kept spreading – the ointment from the healer cleared it.
  • We all got chicken pox, measles and german measles, less got the whooping cough, mumps or maybe mouth thrush.
  • I am rarely if ever sick now and maybe that is because I grew up in a world where we seldom talked of germs.  We had a bath and washed our hair once a week.  Other than that (as children) we washed our face, hands every night.  We brushed our teeth morning and night.  We washed our feet in a basin of water if we got them wet or we noticed they were hot, sweaty or smelly!  We washed our hands before every meal.  Men on the farm might wash their face also if they had been doing something dusty like piking hay.
  • We did not know Autism or Down’s Syndrome.  We had some who were regarded as a “bit slow” but they lived the same as we did.  We had infant deaths, cot deaths, heart attack/stroke, accidents.  I never head the word “cancer”.  Most of my family lived to their 80s and 90s.
  • We played in the fields and when I lay on the grass I would smell the cowslip flowers – the nearest to that smell now is Christian Dior’s “Diorissimo”  – isn’t that sad?  We had hedgerows covered in flowers – bluebells, primroses, cowslips, dandelions, wild strawberries, scarlet pimpernel and more.  I could pick clover flower and suck the honeydew from it.
  • We visited each other’s houses.  It was a real treat to be taken out to visit at night to someone’s house where we sat around the fire and listened to stories.  They were usually Irish stories and legends.  We knew our history not from school but from the old people.   We believed in the Ban Sighe who foretold a death ( I heard her).  We believed in fairies and leprachauns with their pots of gold at the end of the rainbow.  We all know people who had “weird” encounters or experiences like walking home in the dark (flashlights) and hearing their names called or encountering strange dark forms.  So nighttime was a little scary but in daylight I remember going looking for the fairys in the fields – being warned to stay off the fairy forts and hoping to find magic stones.
  • The “travellers” were more commonly called “tinkers” they could tinker with anything and fix it.  They called around to houses and mended the pots and pans.  They told our fortunes.  They lived in and drove around in coloured wagons pulled by horses.
  • I remember my uncle had a shoe last (a form for putting a shoe on while hammering in pins to fix the sole to the shoe.  He also had the big needle and the waxed thread and very occasionally I watched him mend a shoe.

I am not going to go through the long contrast of what is life today – we know what it is.   Don’t tell me I am giving an idealised memory of life.  If it sounds ideal – maybe it was.  My point is I remember a time when life was completely different.  Looking at the intervening time it seems to me

  • the more we came to rely on modern medicine the sicker we have become
  • you get a medicine, it has side effects, you develop another ailment, you get a medicine for that, it has side effects, you develop another ailment……and on it goes.
  • I have recently come of medicine that stated me on the above trend of medicine – I am better now than I was on the medicines.
  • Is it in the interest of Big Pharma to cure us or make us ill – think about that.
  • Cancer seems to have taken over the planet – it is an industry that generates millions of jobs and Billions of Dollars.  Yet they never seem to announce a cure for much.  Bit odd.
  • The number of vaccinations we are brainwashed and coerced into injecting into babies and children is horrifying.
  • Western media rarely report the genocide in poor countries following vaccinations.
  • The EU banned the killing of pigs by farmers.  Introduced subsidies to make it more profitable for farmers not to grow food or raise animals.  Introduced “hygiene plus track n trace” to make it illegal and impossible for food growers on a small scale to supply shops or restaurants. Now, not only have we lost our receipies, our old ways of doing things, our healthy sources of food.  Our food supply is in the hands of big corporations.  Meaning they have the power of life and death over us.
  • Corporations like Monsanto have taken over our seed supply and corrupted it with GMO’s
  • Our governments promote the spraying of cancer causing metals into the atmosphere via Chem Trails.  Don’t even try to tell me that chem trails are caused by ordinary air traffic.
  • PAYE was introduced to Ireland in 1960 – it is a tax on our work.
  • There is a tax on EVERYTHING we do, produce and use.  Think about that.
  • There is a rapidly increasing difference between the money the ordinary worker takes home at the end of the week and what the “higher ups” take home.
  • The richest people in the world have enough money to fix ALL the problems in the planet.  Do you actually SEE where any of their “Charity” money ends up?  Think carefully about that.
  • Every charity you know of…. how much payment do the managers and top people earn?  Think about that.
  • Are they really giving anything away?  Is it just going round through different organisations and people within organisations within organisations?
  • Is “charity” from the top earners just a tax dodge?
  • How many boards do the top earners sit on?  What do they do on those boards?  And how much do they earn from “having a seat on the board”?
  • What do ALL the politicians do when they leave public office?  They sit on boards.
  • Have you noticed how every new innovation in government comes down to being a means to squeeze, corral and control us?  Basically we are the money generators and they are the collectors and users.  Because they are the 1% fishers and we are the farmed fish.  It doesn’t matter when we die as long as we leave a few babies behind to continue the system
  • The biggest joke (not funny) of all is that the 1% have now come up with the best idea of all.  They cream off the most promising of our young people all over the world, scholarship them into programs where they brainwash 99% of them into believing they are doing good for humanity and fast track them into positions in government, industry, technology and business.  Then, the 1% of  those mis-fortunate “cream of the crop” get fast-tracked into a different world of evil – that is another story.
  • We have watched the steady attack on the status of white males in the media and then the push for “equality” for minorities – women/gay/lesbian/transgender/migrants/coloured/disabled.  I am all for that.  Except now it has gone too far.  It is now the native born white male/females who appear to be in the minority.  None of this is real.  It is all media driven and political driven.  It is time to wake up to what is pushed on us.  Pushed on us BECAUSE we are intrinsically human and kind.  However, you do know the story of the woman who took the tired snake into her house?  He turned around and bit her – he told her “but you knew I was a snake BEFORE you took me in”.

At the end of my musings on life as it was versus life as it is I come to the conclusion we have, unwittingly, become like farmed animals. Our function is to work and produce.  We are being desensitized to the needs of those around us – first it was those in far-away wars, now it is those near us.

Dehumanisation is well underway.  The control the 1% have on the planet is frightening – that is the real 2020 virus.  Their last step on the game is to mask us, social distance us, isolate us, kill off the elderly, sick, weak and disabled.  As we turn away from what is happening, as we refuse to really look at those giving the orders, we are losing our very souls.  It is the end of the world, as we have known it.  Those who remain at the end of this will be micro-chipped, cash will be no more.  The chip will communicate your daily orders to you via your phone.  The chip will ready your vital body stats.  The chip will turn your money supply aka your food supply on or off.  We will no longer be human – we will be trans-human.  The term they are using is Human 2.0

Oh – I almost forgot  – you need to start looking at who are really 100% and who are really 100% women in places of power.  If you are not an alcoholic – I advise having  stiff whiskey first.  And then ask yourself “What the fuck is that all about?” Start with OBAMAS, NZ, UK –  Forget invasion of the body snatchers!  This is something even more weird.  Stay tuned.

What do you want?  Open your eyes before it is too late.  My eyes are open and I hope for a miracle to turn all this on it’s ear.