Sgt. Pilfer’s Broken Hearts Club Band, by Good Citizen

The money sentence: “The greatest tool for survival today is not Brazilian Jui Jitsu, instincts, or money, but a dose of old-fashioned skepticism and objectivity.” From Good Citizen at thegoodcitizen.substack.com:

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Is humanity waking up yet?

The alarm clocks are firing off unpleasant noises everywhere and they’re being summarily dismissed as “disinformation” by those triggering them. That loud digital beeping noise doesn’t stop, that blaring throbbing obnoxious one that nobody ever selects on their phones because they’d prefer a wake-up experience that didn’t sound like the warning of an imminent nuclear holocaust to start their day.

But these civilizational alarms can’t be selected or shut off. Only the snooze button gets pressed by a snoozing population, awaiting the next alarms. The mechanistic droning sounds grind into the frequencies of the natural order, screaming that all is not well. The already wakened vigorously shake the comatose, still trapped in the matrix.

The digital honking gets triggered every time a report of sudden death or new case of child maiming leaks past the official censors, and a big pharma executive gets his wings, along with a new Boston brownstone and Porsche Panamera with forward collision warning and lane-keeping assist to make sure his children are never maimed.

A mother takes her daughter to the cardiologist where she is one of the many unlucky children under 17 in the United States to be diagnosed with myocarditis. Their private school requires proof of “vaccination” for continued attendance, and now she has the privilege of attending with heart medication in her pocket.

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