De-volution or We-volution?

by Christopher Lovejoy on December 31, 2021

The year 2022 is upon us and things are looking . . . how can I put this? . . . interesting.

For almost two years, since March 2020, a Grand Narrative has been pushed relentlessly through Big Media, and pruned by the titans of Big Tech to ensure public compliance with vaxxine measures and mandates, creating an entire industry of health and safety in the process.

For almost two years, since March 2020, a Grave Narrative has been pushed relentlessly through Alt Media (and censored by the titans of Big Tech to ensure public compliance with vaxxine measures and mandates), alerting the public to where this Grand Narrative is taking us.

The balance in perspective is quite striking, if I do say so myself.

The grand narrators wish to make it quite clear that we have no choice; we must comply with everything ~ the masking, the social distancing, the lockdowns, the business closures, the vaxxines, the vaxxine mandates, the quarantine facilities, the vaxxports, and the social credit scores.

The grave narrators wish to make it equally clear that we do have a choice; we need not comply with anything to do with this overreach, having done their due diligence in showing us that the harsh totalitarian measures being taken by the grand narrators are wholly without merit.

Where the grand narrators seem hellbent on bringing everyone under the thumbs of a digital control grid, the grave narrators seem bent on bringing everyone up to speed on the big picture implications of coming under said thumbs: oodles of security, but no privacy and no liberty.

De-volution promises to bring on a closely surveilled steady state of totalitarian compliance with near-zero population growth. We-volution, on the other hand, promises to bring on a return to peace and prosperity, privacy and liberty, in tandem with a new quantum financial system.

Clearly, the year 2022 will be the year the fate of humanity is decided.

But don’t take my word for it; just watch it happen for yourself.

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a little smile, a word of cheer
a bit of love from someone near
a little gift from one held dear
best wishes for the coming year

~ John Greenleaf Whittier

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