Category: Social issues

The fruits borne by those who fear Covid instead of God

Those who call upon forced #Covid19 vaccination have no understanding or respect of the fundamental rights bestowed by the Creator God upon each of us, aside from being scientifically inept and misinformed. They, for all intents and purpose, align with nazism and communism.

Western constitutions, many borne out of the abuse of Nazism, which were rooted in pseudo-science just like this pandemic response, usually account for a single reason to suspend fundamental rights: WAR.

It’s not a chance, then, the pandemic response has been framed with the language of war. Yet, this is not a war, even though they want to persuade you otherwise. And no constitution accounts for suspension of rights due to a health crisis.

Those who call upon such extreme technocratic measures have a deeper problem. The media-led psycho-terrorism has exposed them to their deepest fear, which they had buried within them: DEATH.

Most of these terrorised people don’t have the certainty of life eternal in Christ, so they have developed a religious attitude towards the technocrats and their lies, trying to find hope where there is none: in man. They fear death and want a way out of it.

But only Christ defeated death. Even if #Covid were truly serious as they claim (and it’s not). Even if the vaccine were effective and safe (and it’s not). Death wouldn’t disappear. How many of the vaccinated will go on and die the next day/week/month for unrelated causes?

The terror instilled by the fear mongers into people has leveraged a uniqueness of modern man: death is a taboo. Something you don’t think about it. Modern, western man, is used to feel secure in their comforts and material riches. They anaesthetise themselves.

Monder man, faced with the reality of death, a bit like Neo was faced with reality after being disconnected from Matrix, have panicked. Their psyche cracked. And now they have given into fear, Satan’s preferred tool. And they have allowed fear to possess them.

When that happens, when Satan has his way with a person to such an extent, this person becomes fully a slave. Truth and rationality become an enemy. And so do all the people who embrace truth and rationality in their purest form: the Christian that renews their mind (Ro 12:2).

Originally tweeted by Vincenzo Russo ✝️ 🇬🇧 🇮🇹 (@enzoru) on December 27, 2020.

Lisbon Court of Appeal rules against PCR tests

This is somewhat old news, but I failed to report it here:

The PCR test “is unable to determine, beyond reasonable doubt, that a positive result corresponds, in fact, to the infection of a person by the SARS-CoV-2 virus”, said the Lisbon Court of Appeal.

This is the ruling of the court. The news has been reported also by the Italian National Order of Biologists.

The ruling cites two main papers:

This is not news. Lots of scientists and doctors around the world know about the problems with mass PCR testing.

Recently, 22 scientists published an external peer review of the publication entitled “Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR” (Eurosurveillance 25(8) 2020), which formed the basis for worldwide mass PCR testing. The scientists have highlighted 10 major flaws in the original paper.

Other resources about PCR can be found on this site.

These two articles, however, remain a good start:

And remember: PCRs are not a diagnostic tool.

Chinese Communist Party’s members have infiltrated Pfizer and AstraZeneca

So, the “new” coronavirus originated from China. And many publications have now discounted the “official bat” origin (for one, the virus was circulating before the official start of the epidemic).

Now we find out that pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and AstraZeneca – both involved in the development of coronavirus vaccines – employed a total 123 Chinese Communist Party loyalists.

And you still want me to believe that it’s just a coincidence that the pandemic management measures came straight out of Biderman’s Chart of Coercion?

You must be a conspiracy theorist.

Sir Desmond Swayne: British people do not worry too much about their liberties

This speech right here by conservative MP Sir Desmond Swayne says it very well. Many, like me, have realised early on that by intentionally mismanaging the pandemic with dictatorial acts typical of unfree countries like China, the real goal of western governments was to test how ready their citizens were to be treated as the cattle globalists need them to be. And the results are in; and it’s not looking good for freedom.

Blacklist and Whitelist are not racially charged terms

It is tiring. The wokeness has replaced even basic education.

There is no way anyone can prove blacklist and whitelist are racially charged terms, and yet most in my line of work actually believe this nonsense.

This is only the tip of the iceberg, and if you google the issue, you’ll find tons of projects, software houses, and IT companies rushing to do the same thing: replace terms that have been used technically for decades, all without a valid reason.

An in doing so, they are now doing something that never happened in history before: they are the ones racially charging these terms for the first time, effectively revealing the evil that resides in the human heart.

Origin of the English Terms

Blacklist originates first, for obvious reasons. It’s much more organically natural to start making “lists of disallowed things” than “lists of allowed things”.

The term appears to be in The true peace-maker: laid forth in a sermon before his Majesty at Theobalds written by the Bishop of Norwich, Joseph Hall, in 1624:

Ye secret oppressors,..ye kind drunkards, and who euer come within this blacke list of wickednesse.

The word black when used in this context refers to negative connotations, and is attested as such way before 1624. The term blackball, which is first attested in 1550, describes the act of placing a black ball into a container as a means of recording a negative vote (and vice-versa using a white ball to record a positive vote). That concept is in turn related to the ancient Greek practice of ostracising someone, before modern racism even developed.

Another 17th century occurrence of blacklist is in the tragedy The Unnatural Combat by Philip Massinger:

Might write me down in the black List of those That have nor Fire, nor Spirit of their own

None of these occurrences is racially charged. Not even a subtle hint. Zilch.

Over the course of 1915 and 1916 British government agencies gradually developed an implemented a system whereby neutral firms and individuals suspected of trading with or otherwise aiding the Central Powers would be denied access to Entente infrastructure such as ship bunker, financial services and communications. British government agencies and departments maintained several such lists, but only one of these were public. Officially called the Statutory List, but much more commonly known simply as the British blacklist.

Another example is the Indiana University, which has a great list of mostly non-racist metaphorical uses of “black” in English and Korean. Using the terms black as night, black sheep, black humor, and black magic isn’t racist at all (and the use of black sheep might not be metaphorical as it applies to sheep, since some are black, with varyingly marketable wool), though in fairness some speakers of English would find a phrase like “black as the ace of spades” potentially racist, though likely not strongly so.

Some would question whether using “black” for “bad” is fair to Wicca, witchcraft, and magic. They would so from a worldview that offers no absolute moral standard, anyway. Plus, the use of innocuous and ancient phraseology with the word “black” in it can’t be seen as inherently racist.

The term whitelist is of much more recent origin, first being attested in 1842, and is then explicitly used to refer to the opposite of a blacklist (i.e. a list of approved or favored items).

The Spiritual Connection

Every civilisation on earth has been using “dark and light” (and derivatives) as a metaphor for “bad and good”. The reason should be obvious, since naturally speaking, the darkness of the night renders your own environment more dangerous and riskier on multiple levels, whereas in the light many dangers disappear.

God himself starts His written revelation in those terms, separating actual light from actual darkness, but at the same time establishing the metaphorical pattern used throughout the rest of the Scriptures.

Unsurprisingly, nearly every other religion (the result of the falling away from the true God after the dispersion of Babel and creation of the nations) follows the same pattern. One of the most obvious examples is the Yin and yang.

Seeing evil everywhere

The era we live in is characterised by a widespread tendency amongst younger generations to see evil everywhere (but their own hearts).

As it is written,

To the pure, all things are pure; but to those who are defiled and unbelieving, nothing is pure, but both their mind and their conscience are defiled.

Titus 1:15

The redefinition of ‘privilege’

“Privilege” is the idea that you should react with shame to whatever you should actually react to with gratitude. It assumes that anything about your existence that doesn’t suck was achieved by evil means and this evil emanates from you. And that anything that is good about your life should be removed. It is the assumption that you enjoy a better life than you have, and that a moral duty exists to reduce your circumstances to put things back in some kind of cosmic balance.

It is the excuse a stranger uses to hate you.

From here

The redefinition of privilege embodies communist and socialist principles, according to which, if you merited the good things in your life (even if by working hard and honestly, like the majority does), this it is somewhat unfair, and your hard-gained rewards should be taken away from you, and redistributed to others who have not done anything at all to merit them.

The resulting inequality is achieved in the name of equality, which itself is redefined so to mean something it doesn’t. It is the legalisation of robbery, in its simplest form.