It is not just the huge crowds of protesters surging through the street of the world’s major cities. It is not just the reluctant admission being dragged out of small sections of the media that they may have got a few details wrong – ahem! It is not just the weary ‘fed-uppedness’ of the average Joe Blow. It is Tom.
Tom is my mate in the UK. Tom is self-made wealthy. He’s made millions, owns race horses and would no more buck the conservative line of thinking than the Queen would do a table-top dance.
Except that he has.
He admitted today that people are becoming extremely fed up and that maybe governments should have just told the elderly to take great care and let everyone else get on with their lives.
It’s a small beginning, but a momentous shift for someone who has been adamant for the last eighteen months that governments had no choice, but to lock down the world and destroy businesses and lives.
Tom has had the jabs, wears a jacket and tie, goes to polite parties and very much represents the mainstream.
Tom now thinks that it has all been very badly done.
Tom is right – finally.
Has the tide turned and is History’s Greatest Scam finally coming to an end?
‘The Real Anthony Fauci’ by Robert F. Kennedy Jr is a revelation. It is well researched and sourced. The facts that it diligently exposes are undeniable. The book is right up there at the top of the best-seller list.
The ‘pandemic’ is a scam, has always been a scam. It has made Bill Gates and Big Pharma billions and made corrupt politicians and media owners millions. All they had to do was to agree to be complicit in killing or permanently disabling a few million people. Wow, money for jam.
Is what is happening in Aurangabad in India, where they have instituted a ‘No Jab, No Food’ law, a seminal moment? That could be a push too far, especially in a country which has had such great success with Ivermectin. Many live lives of quiet desperation in India – one day away from hunger at the best of times. That means that they could become very angry, very quickly.
I really do have the strong sense that the tide has turned, that the pretence cannot be kept going much longer. A lot of politicians must be soiling their pants.
As Howard Kunstler noted: “The world is suddenly remembering the back-story behind the old political phrase heads will roll, namely, what happens to the folks-in-charge when they piss-off enough of the people whose affairs they are responsible for running.”