History Lesson in Real Time

If you still believe this is about health, congratulations. You are part of the 30% who will believe anything authority tells you. You also know what you’d do in 1930s Germany.

Oh, what a history lesson we are being given by the Canadian government.

What 30%?, you ask. Read this post (A Solid Explanation of Society’s Behaviour and Mass Formation), and watch the video I discuss. You will learn more about people in that short time than any university course has taught in the past 30 years.

How do you break the spell if you are under it?

Turn off the news. Stop watching all government-controlled media for one week. Veg -out on movies from the 80s, or listen to music you enjoyed as a teen. Take a walk in nature, do a craft, read a favourite book or exercise.

After a week, find alternate news sources. That might be a podcast or news from another country. Listen to those you disagree with.

However, just turning off the news will break the spell. Don’t talk to others about what is going on because they’ll only repeat the lies given by media.

I know, I’ve heard ‘them’ say: If you don’t listen to the news, you’re uninformed.

However, the important part is: If you listen to the news, you are misinformed.

Which brings me to: It is easier to believe a lie than be convinced you’ve been lied to.

Conclusion: It is better to be uninformed. Which is why, ignorance is bliss.

Stay wild and free out there. Canadians are in for a bumpy ride.

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