Aphorisms for Scamdemic truth

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  1. For too many years, the world was subjected to the siren songs of “My body, my choice,” and “a person’s right to choose” (not just abortion but sodomy, transgenderism, arson, looting, whatever).

    Suddenly now, we’re told that if we do not roll up our collective sleeves, stretch out our arm and get the shot(s), the world cannot be saved and our lives will be lost. Looks like, practically overnight and on cue, all the “pro-choice” jingle bells have been melted down into one big lych bell.

    The Great Reset is (as Carmel McCormack wrote here yesterday) “unlikely to be successful if left up to the individual,” and the changes they wish to impose … “require reframing at the systemic level with hard policy interventions that include laws, fiscal measures, subsidies and penalties, trade reconfiguration and other economic and structural measures.”

    In contrasting perspective and on a resounding note of hope, I think of the old Christmas song by Bing Crosby:
    “Said the little lamb to the shepherd boy
    Do you hear what I hear?
    (Do you hear what I hear?)
    Ringing through the sky, shepherd boy
    Do you hear what I hear?
    (Do you hear what I hear?)
    A song, a song high above the trees
    With a voice as big as the sea
    With a voice as big as the sea…”

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