The road to tyranny is paved with evil intentions.
It’s happening throughout the West and elsewhere, much like it arrived in Nazi Germany.
Only the trappings differ. In the US, it’s wrapped in the American flag.
Short of jackboots in the streets and unannounced pre-dawn intrusions into our private places — perhaps to come later — dark forces in cahoots with MSM co-conspirators manipulate the public mind to believe what’s harmful is beneficial.
Niemoller’s warning about not speaking out when others were taken away because he wasn’t targeted until dark forces came for him and there was no one to help resonates today in the US/West and elsewhere.
Federal, state and local mandates for targeted segments of society to be jabbed et al are likely steps on the road to universal mandating — with few or no exceptions allowed.
Vaccine Reaction founder Barbara Loe Fisher believes that forced-jabbing is the end game dark forces intend.
Refuseniks may likely be denied employment, education, perhaps medical care, even food by isolating and denying them access to public places across the board.
Perhaps criminalization will follow on the phony pretext of protecting others from the unjabbed who need protection from toxins their jabbed counterparts shed and spread.
Will less than fully-jabbed individuals be subject to arrest, prosecution, conviction and imprisonment in special internment camps that enforce Guantanamo-type harshness or worse?
Will free and open societies in the US/West and elsewhere no longer exist?
Is that where things are heading?
Will medical tyranny become the law of the land more than already?
Will the White House, Congress, their state and local counterparts, along with courts at all levels enforce the worst of all possible worlds?
Will sacrificing health, well-being and fundamental freedoms be the price to pay for permission to enter public places?
Will our options be the equivalent of choosing between death by hanging or firing squad?
Will America and other Western states as they were long ago remain only as a distant memory —replaced by brave new world dystopian tyranny, wrapped in deceptive equitable-sounding socioeconomic rhetoric?
Instead of upholding the rights and needs of everyone equitably, will survivors of mass-extermination be subjugated and exploited to serve the interests of a modern-day master class?
Will what was inconceivable not long ago become reality ahead?
Will what Orwell’s 1984 envisioned become the new abnormal in real life, saying:
“All competing pleasures will be destroyed.”
“But always…there will be the intoxication of power, constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler.”
“Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation of trampling on an (invented) enemy who is helpless.”
His 1984, Huxley’s Brave New World, and other dystopian novels are no longer fiction.
Today’s worst of all possible worlds appears heading for increasingly still worse until everything most dear for most people is lost — including life, what’s most precious of all, for countless millions targeted for elimination.
Things perhaps will become so oppressive that survivors may wish they were among the dead.
No one should permit dark forces to control our lives with the worst of diabolical aims in mind.
Never before in modern memory were so many threatened by a demonic few.
No one should go along with what Orwell called reality in 1984, saying:
“He gazed up at the enormous face.”
“Forty years it had taken him to learn what kind of smile was hidden beneath the dark mustache.”
“O cruel, needless misunderstanding! O stubborn, self-willed exile from the loving breast!”
“Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose.”
“But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished.”
“He had won the victory over himself.”
“He loved Big Brother.”
Unlike the above dystopia, real life people have power to achieve positive change.
Challenging authority is the only viable option to counter subservience to a higher power that includes destruction of virtually everything most people hold dear.
The alternative is a lower level of hell omitted in Dante’s Inferno — what no one should tolerate.