TruthSeeker27 Posted March 11, 2021 Share Posted March 11, 2021 (edited) Okay these thoughts have been building in my mind for the past few days. It really does seem that we can't truly get even a slice of "normality", doesn't it? Here in the UK things look to be heading towards opening up again and it's about time. We have, essentially, been in lockdown for 6 months now so it's high time it ends. I'm sure restrictions will be back in October/November, but for now they're going to give us a bit of breathing room and maybe even an International holiday or two so long as we're good boys and gals and take their vaccines (I think we're all of a similar mind regarding this one)... Anyway, this post is truly in response to the Harry and Meghan interview, Piers Morgan leaving GMB and now Sarah Everard's murder... All of these are connected and speak to a larger problem. Allow me to explain my thoughts. First of all, let me just tell you that part of my feelings been so strong about this stem from the fact that this time last year I was still asleep to the true nature of this world. The plandemic changed everything for me. I always knew that the woke agenda was a nuisance, but that's all I thought it was... But now it has the power to truly change the world. In the wake of this year we've seen the BLM agenda (which has nothing to do with race and the little it does have to do with race is merely to stoke racial divisions) rise, the end of right wing politics in America (Trump's strange defeat) because of it (along with Covid), cancel culture running rampant (from Disney/Star Wars actors like Gina Carano to people in the media like Piers Morgan) and now the demonisation of anyone who dares to disagree with them. I'm so shocked and worried about the future in Britain in particular because of what's happened here recently. For those not in the know, Piers Morgan dared to suggest that Meghan Markle was lying in her interview to Oprah. Personally, I don't dislike Meghan a great deal. I do believe she's lying and perhaps suffers from NPD (narcissistic personality disorder), but I certainly have no love for the Royal Family (who are completely behind The Great Reset), so I don't care about the interview. What bothers me is the reaction Piers got for speaking his mind. He got over 40,000 Ofcom complaints. So what? Who cares? ITV normally love it when he gets these headlines. But not this time. Meghan herself complained to get him removed, and now he's gone. GMB has turned fully woke because of this and it worries me. I don't care about Piers. He is a bully and was completely supportive of lockdowns while exhibiting hypocrtical behaviour himself (he jetted off to Antigua for Christmas while telling the rest of us to stay away from our own families). But for him to get fired over this signals to me that freedom of speech is dying... Even more worringly, even celebs who speak out in support of Piers are being lambasted. People who actually know him like Gary Lineker and Sharon Osbourne are speaking up in defence of him and are nearly getting cancelled for it (I'm sure Sharon will be gone from her show in America within days). Now even the murder of young women is being used to push agendas. The murder of poor Sarah Everard is being used to make men feel guilty of crimes which they haven't committed. But if you say as much online, if you say that not all men are rapists or support them you will be called a woman-hater for it. And if you criticise any person of colour you're a racist. In the past (even just a few years ago), these views were just ordinary opinions on the internet held by nobodies. But now they have the ability to move mountains and shape this world. The woke mob is growing out of control with its power. Ultimately, this is just a small cog in the machine which is inching us ever closer towards a true, horrific dystopian society. And as a 26 year old man I do worry for my future. I feel like I'm a man out of time. A man trapped in a world that doesn't make sense to him... I guess I see everything now that's coming in the distance and I only have so many options. Allow me to paint a picture for you. Imagine you're in a nice house, surrounded by a nice garden. This is your safe zone. This is your current personal world. But it cannot remain your home forever. You will be forced to move each year to another house that has another garden, and each house is further away from the one you're in now... You look out of the window and see in the distance a small fire (this is how I used to see it). This fire cannot be put out easily. It's the fire of change, the fire of evil, and it's being created deliberetly by an arsonist... But it can't hurt you. Not now, and you'd be very unlucky indeed to move next to that fire... But then one day you look and see that the fire isn't just spreading, it's absolutelly spread everywhere. That little problem is now a blazing inferno, and it's burning everything in the distance and is even moving towards you. The fire is only just touching your garden at the moment, it's only affecting your current world slightly. However, you know in the future you will have to move further forward towards the flames, and the flames will come closer to you as well... You suddenly realise that at some point it will consume you, and destroy the beauty of your many gardens and homes... You only have 3 options. 1. Try and do your bit to put the massive fire out. It will take a massive collective effort and currently seems hopeless. One man can't really make a difference. He can, however, encourage others to act. Maybe if enough people stand up the fire can be fought back, but it is a longshot. We're talking hail mary time. 2. Try and adapt and plan ahead. Get yourself a fireproof suit and cover your houses in non combustable cladding and hope for the best. You will tough it out with a thick skin and will resist the flames as best as you can. Perhaps even plot your course carefully as well, by choosing future houses as far away from the flames as possible. 3. Cross your fingers and toes and hope for the best. Trust in luck, in God and everything else that right will win in the end. In the meantime, just fly by the seat of your pants and hope you don't get consumed by the out-of-control fire. I think my choice is definitely 2 with a sprinkling of 3 (faith in God). I am the archetype loner and can fly under the radar if I need to. But I am gonna need a fireproof suit. We all will. Because trust me, that fire is coming. And very soon it will take over every single aspect of our lives. 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