The Bottom Line

A superb polemic by Jon Rapport of He who does not agree with this is still in the wilderness created by our attackers.

“I’ve spent the last nine months, in over 200 articles, dismantling the lunatic fairy tale of a “pandemic,” from every significant factual angle. The SARS-CoV-2 virus has never been proven to exist. The PCR test spits out false-positives like coins from a rigged slot machine, thereby creating fake case numbers, which are used to justify the lockdowns and the economic devastation, which happens to be the real aim of the operation.

COVID is the latest titanic tremor in a long series of globalist shocks aimed at civilization.

One of the prominent features of the disintegration we’ve been witnessing is the cancelation of all rational debate. This nihilistic approach asserts that an idea is worthless if the person advancing the idea has a “personal flaw.”
Aside from the puerile fallacy of attacking the person and failing to examine the idea, the whole campaign is mindless, because every person can be criticized for having a flaw. Therefore, no idea under the sun is worth considering or putting into practice.

At the bottom of this rabbit hole of anarchy, we finally come to Good versus Evil. Remember the story of St. George and the Dragon? Here is an abridged version:

This vile creature, who lives in a pond, controls a city of terrified citizens. It emits venom into the water and the earth. The people offer sacrifices as placation: their animals, and then their children. But this effort fails. Finally, the king’s daughter, the princess, is sent to be devoured by the dragon—at which point St. George arrives. The princess, in an act of astonishing sacrifice and purity, tries to send St. George away, in order to protect him. He refuses. He charges the dragon and wounds it with his lance, and then beheads it with his sword.

The triumph of Good over Evil.

But in our world, for a long period of time, many successful operations have been carried out, to transform people into the dragon. Large numbers of citizens now view The Good as the enemy. What is good and pure and righteous must be destroyed. In our city, the perception becomes: “the population is being controlled by St. George, and the dragon arrives to save the day.” This reversal of Good and Evil, of course, is invisible to the “normals,” who have been trained to believe in official authority.
Modern dragons hate freedom. They want to kill it. They hate what is pure. They want to deface it. They hate ideas. They want to cancel them.
This tyranny will fall.

““Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end…To be ‘cured’ against one’s will and cured of states which we may not regard as disease is to be put on a level of those who have not yet reached the age of reason or those who never will; to be classed with infants, imbeciles, and domestic animals.” “CS Lewis, 1948.

This tyranny will fall, and as it does, the kind smiling face of the leader, the blank face of the bureaucrat, the arrogant face of the scientist will show their dragon’s rictus behind their masks.

The COVID lockdown fraud; the economic devastation; the march toward socialism; the anarchy of looting and burning and assault; the technocratic slavery of surveillance; censorship of truth; the forced unification of collectivist thought; all parts of the same fascist obsession for control.

Those who know freedom are resisting, and will resist. A critical mass is drawing closer. Force from above will not deter it. Evil is overplaying its hand. You and I are not on this Earth to give in.

The sun does not rise in the morning to shine on eight billion domesticated human animals. The sun does not choose to shine only on the rancid scum who want to rule us.

The war of thousands of years to establish individual freedom was not fought so we could lay freedom aside like some tired possession. The freedom of each one of us is always there, waiting to be acted upon.
It never dies. In spirit, neither do we.”

“The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.” Thomas Paine, October 23, 1776.