Be afraid, be very afraid. Let fear consume you, take over your life, and shut out any doubts or questions in your mind. Turn to the authorities for guidance in all matters for they only have your best interests at heart. Do not listen to that voice in your head telling you something is not right. It is lying to you. Or else you are simply crazy and have mental health issues. Right?
Or are you? This is what they want you to think, but that voice in your head is highly likely a red flag – a warning signal or sign. Do not ignore it. The high fear levels being pushed are designed, along with constant and conflicting information, to overwhelm and silence the voice of doubt. The resulting “noise” from these fear tactics is meant to cause you to doubt – not them – but yourself. That is the purpose, because the more you doubt yourself then the more likely it is you will willingly accept the narrative they want to sell and the policies they want to enact.
We are told we are in a serious pandemic. Mainstream news and politicians talk of little else, and they are all working overtime to keep this narrative going. Additionally, there is so much conflicting data, interconnecting parts, and so many players and talking heads that it is no wonder people are confused and afraid.
An enormous amount of time can be spent researching and trying to find the truth and people should be encouraged to do so. However, if time and energy are lacking, or you do not know where to start, there is another way to look at it – or a place to begin. The red flags, five of which are listed below.
The scientific method is not being employed. The pandemic advocates do not welcome, and will not engage, any critical analysis or rational discussions of the policies they promote. They will not use objectivity, valid risk assessments, or true scientific research to arrive at their “scientific” conclusions. Anyone who questions their dubious conclusions is called a conspiracy theorist, mentally unstable, or ignored all together. Even the qualified and knowledgeable professionals are harassed or ignored. This is not how sound solutions are found when faced with a legitimate problem. It is apparent there is another agenda at play here.
Censorship is alarmingly on the rise, both online and off. Big tech is busy silencing those who are not following the approved script. Videos are being pulled, sites are being de-platformed, and people are having their social media accounts suspended, often with no explanation. Why are these companies so afraid of opposing voices? And whether they recognize what is happening or not, many people are afraid to express doubts and not conform for fear of ridicule, harassment, or losing their jobs. Protest and you may find yourself face down on the pavement, in a jail cell, or faced with a monetary fine. Control in this manner is extremely dangerous and will lead to a future we do not want.
Common sense is absent in the responses to this proclaimed pandemic. There is no rhyme or reason for guidelines or policies. This may have been excusable in the beginning, but no longer. The virus is contagious only during certain hours, or from this date to that date, or in specific places, or among certain groups. This person who has been exposed to the virus must quarantine, but this other person who was also exposed does not. And these things change all the time. Even the virus itself must be confused. There is no logical coherent behavior here.
Fear and panic are being pushed as normal responses we should be engaging in. They are not. When communities or institutions develop emergency plans, they do not include fear induced panic as a step in those plans. People are encouraged to respond in a calm and orderly fashion to minimize death and injury. But not in this instance. Instead, they are working overtime to instill fear and panic in people. Fear is, after all, a highly effective diversionary tactic.
The rich have become much richer and the poor have become much poorer since the start of lockdown policies, with more people being pushed into poverty and despair. The pandemic advocates scream about saving lives, yet lives are being destroyed with the policies being enacted. Homelessness, hunger, depression, and a host of other problems will continue to worsen and affect more and more people as the economy is devastated by nonsensical policies. This cannot be anything but intentional.
These are but brief snapshots of some red flags – and there are others. Trying to follow and decipher confusing and conflicting data and statistics are not necessary to see the problems, inconsistencies, and hypocrisies within the narrative. Sometimes it is best to step back and start with a wide view and narrow things down from there.
Red flags exist for a reason – to warn us – but they are not easy. They tell us something is not right, but not always exactly what that is. Many find the process of figuring them out an uncomfortable one, as well as time consuming and a lot of hard work. Unfortunately, if we continue to ignore the red flags, then our world is going to get a whole lot more uncomfortable.