Our blog has about 1,400 followers, and that has not changed in the past few days. At the same time we have been inundated with hits due to a post that Fauxlex put up last April. If you have not read it, I urge that you do so now, as it is indeed a bombshell. I should have understood its significance back then, but did not.
It is called “BOMBSHELL: WHO Coronavirus PCR Test Primer Sequence is Found in All Human DNA.” Because WordPress insists that I use their new writing format, called “Gutenberg,” at this time I am unable to insert a link to the post. I have to be retrained in a format I regard as clunky and non-intuitive. But you can easily find the post by using the search box or by following the link in the post below called REBLOG: George Floyd, the Stiff Who Came in From the Cold. .
These past few days we have had over 100,000 hits, virtually all of them directed at the Fauxless post. On a normal day, a good day, we get 2,000. My reaction is to stay out of the way and let things take their own course. The influx and attention may permanently change the nature of this blog, and if so, the kind of writing that I (and Steve) do may have to be moved somewhere else to allow new readers in to actively address the Scamdemic.
We live in censorious times. Those forces (a “vast network of corrupted people” as Murray Rothbard called them) are determined that it permanently change the landscape. People were already docile and incurious. Add now a permanent state of terror to that, and we have a recipe for what I think is the ultimate objective, early death of older people and lowering of the birth rate, population control. It’s a Bill Gates wet dream. That’s offensive too, as Gates somehow imagines himself more worthy than the rest of us even as he is a classless klutz, an American Prince Charles.
If, by chance, the blog suddenly disappears one day, I will either resign and do other things, or find another forum. It depends on my energy level, which ebbs and flows. We have been left alone all this time because of a low profile. With the surge, which will surely recede, we now have a higher profile, though on any given day Kim Kardashian’s deeper thoughts crush us. Last night an email that I sent to Faux was bounced back to me with the advice that Verizon did not like its content and so would not let it go through. That’s an algorithm at work, of course, but also a sign that there is no privacy. I never imagined there was, which is why I have always used my real name.
It is not 1984. It is Brave New World. I am going silent until this blows over. or perhaps setting up a new blog if it doesn’t, which Steve and I can use to write about less earthshaking matters, like public lands and our ownership from birth by corporations and banks.