Texas has officially ended Greg Abbott’s lunatic power grab of “masks everywhere” and calling people unessential as the government and media destroys their lives.
It ended not because the legislature bothered to do anything. In fact, I can’t even tell you what the point of our elected officials are, other than to act as accomplices in our oppression (traitors).
No, it wasn’t the lawmakers, Abbott’s virus codes are expiring because Gregory hath declared it so.
If you haven’t already figured it out, you will soon.
The masks are never going away. At least, not until you are living in a tyrannical Book of Revelations hellscape.
Here’s the thing — it’s so easy for me to sit here and act tough on the internet. It’s easy for me to tell you I’m a revolutionary who wants to see earth-shattering change to the status quo.
But it’s just the internet. Anybody can say anything here. It shouldn’t really impress anybody. Anyone can be a tough guy in the internet, and this is what makes the mask thing so interesting. People’s responses to the mask order being lifted tells me that America is over. Even on the internet, people are aggressively advertising fear and cowardice as a virtue in regards this virus issue.
Someone unironically posted this article to Facebook recently.
I’m not going to say this is the moment that I knew America was over, because I already knew that, but if this doesn’t make you rethink universal franchise voting and whatever future you envisioned for America, you may want to just go take another Covid vaccine:
I finally lost it when someone asked me about the new variants. Friends and acquaintances who relied over the last year on my research and knowledge asked me what it meant, and how dangerous it was, to have these new more transmissible and/or deadly strains circulating just when we’d hoped the vaccines would soon end the pandemic. “It means nothing,” I told them, “Everything will be fine, because masks, social distance, hand washing, and common sense still work just as well against these versions of the virus.”
Of course, the variants do mean something. Variants are just what happens when there’s enough mutations to make a difference in the disease. Mutations happen every time someone catches Covid-19. Variants happen when so many people have caught the disease that it’s evolving to act differently inside the body. This virus has had so many bodies to mutate through that it has evolved several new ways of attacking cells and evading the immune system. In other words, so many people got infected that the virus got better at attacking us.
That’s why variants finally cracked me, because that’s what humanity let happen over the last year. But mutations don’t make it any better at being a virus: it still falls apart in alcohol and soap, and with time. It still can’t power through a mask. So all you have to do, I told friends, and am telling you now, is all the things you were supposed to be doing for the last year.
If people were doing those things, we’d be fine.
This is the godless genius who blames you for everything.
This is really an interesting development in the public discourse, and I would be remiss if I didn’t point it out.
Typically, leftists express a proclivity to “love humanity.” This is, of course, always in the abstract, as such leftists who profess to love “humanity” typically hate their own neighbor.
Thus, this is why Jesus’ commandment to love your neighbor is so difficult, because it’s a real thing. Unlike loving “humanity.”
Now we are seeing, in what should be taken as very a ominous sign, leftists openly expressing what they are calling “hatred” of humanity itself. The fact that it is abstract means they have already dehumanized you in their minds.
I am not fine. I am vibrating with anger these days, and while for me it was the variants, for others it was the number of cases or the deaths or relentless pace and incoherent rule changes over most of the world.
When myself or my family have had to travel, and we really have had to, we wear (home) fit-tested masks and eye protection. We don’t eat or drink with anyone outside our house. We hand sanitize every time we go in or out of any place, touch anything, put on or take off a mask. It’s difficult and unpleasant, but it’s safe, not just for us, but for anyone around us.
After a year of care and patience and sacrifice in my family, with cases still going on relentlessly around the world, I personally have lost it with you people. I don’t think I’m alone. I’m pretty sure everyone else who just spent a year at home, or only going to an essential job while doing everything they could to prevent transmission have also lost it with you people. We may not know who you are, we may never know, but we hate you now. You did this to us.
There’s a sweet innocence to someone with such a child-like understanding of the world to believe that the government was seizing all this power by fiat so that they could give it up once that… I’m not even sure if anyone had any clue when the government was supposedly going to give up this new virus power. Certainly nobody ever articulated it, which should have been a dead giveaway.
I myself feel very alienated even within the Republican Party, as a similar child-like mindset is prevalent with people who should know better.
Currently the “limited government” (LOL) voters are sitting on their asses wearing masks while the US Capitol is permanently militarized and a police state is being set up. At the same time, the average person is living in a complete fantasy world where a cold virus is the focus of all their concern, not the police state openly organizing after a military junta.
There is a group on Facebook called “DFW Corona Connection” where the most unhinged virus cult members meet together to perpetuate the cycle of hysteria.
Take a look at this—
Understand, these people are in a death cult.
Dissent from virus orthodoxy, no matter how small, gets you lynched.
These weird rituals and virus ordinances these people evangelize seem to release some sort of addicting brain chemical. Whether it’s shaming, mourning, extreme anxiety, anger, etc.
Their entitle life revolves around constantly thinking about virus that is so mild, most people don’t even notice they have it.
It even fills up the entertainment they consume.
They are hyper-focused on death, as if people dying is a new phenomenon. In fact, I don’t see how it can seriously be said that the same people who always die aren’t the ones dying now. The woman above is apoplectic and blaming you over her 86 year old father’s death. Think about that.
People have always died from/with these types of illnesses. Sometimes they are been young and it’s not clear why this happens. The body simply responds in unexpected ways and people pass away. Before 2020, it was always just accepted as “they had a virus” and seen as a sad but natural part of life.
Running parallel to the death cult is the mRNA injection cult, which is equally as bizarre.
And it’s not just people in this kooky group.
RPT Vice Chair Cat Parks apparently tried to kill her 80 year old husband with the vaccine.
All this to say, this is insane.
Most people have gone insane, on both sides of the Virus Question.
They will insist that you join them in their insanity.
They will try and make you inject yourself with this weird concoction, and most people will in fact take the injection. My advice is to just tell people “I don’t trust it” and leave it at that. No point in getting into the weeds.
The restrictions will all come back in various forms, officially or unofficially, as they can simply tweak the parameters at any time to get the virus numbers they want. The masks will not go away at any point.
There is no path forward in continuing with this political system. Are people expecting the federal government will announce when it becomes despotic and moves to seize total power? If troops occupying the Capitol isn’t what it looks like, what are you expecting it to look like?
Separation from the Washington government is our right and our duty. It is an evil, oppressive force. Arguing the contrary is strong evidence of a vaccine-related brain injury.
I don’t agree with Kyle Biedermann’s “vote to have a vote to talk about having a vote for Texas independence” bill. You can support it, but please understand, this is not a real way to accomplish this goal.
We have no other choice at this point if you want to be free.