So we’ve had these unprecedented tyrannical measures imposed on HEALTHY people–UNscientifically–which only succeeded in dragging out what is the equivalent of a flu season and turning it into a social engineering nightmare, and into a situation in which many patients had their conditions untreated and their surgeries cancelled as admitted by the Ontario government for example–and by CTV News.
Since we are facing a situation where the economy has been shipwrecked and possibly the food supply– and our rights and freedoms are being trampled–and that means for everybody–even those who can’t see it yet, there are already situations where we are going to need different kinds of support and encouragement from others who have similar values–not identical points of view–just basic shared values that cross the spectrum regardless of politics and religion.
We are not alone in what we believe. And we are not going to be alone in the pressures we face to comply. Going along with the initial measures is one thing. Taking funds from governments already is part of the problem. OK. Maybe some regret that. But we all want to draw the line at some point and try to save the future for rights and freedoms.
Some–hopefully many–of us are going to refuse to cooperate with vaccination, “immunity passports,” or various possible forms of universal ID–whether badges, bracelets or “quantum dot” tattoos.
Some–hopefully many–of us are going to refuse to cooperate with contact tracing (allowing strangers to spy on our family members, friends and other contacts), by refusing to comply with smart phones updates and new apps.
1. Compatible employment situations–employers and employees–farm labor or whatever, outdoors or indoors. Compatible work environments. Compatible living arrangements for those willing to pull their weight. I’m included in this.
2. And employers, farmers, etc. need employees–so maybe we can share contact information both ways.
3. Compatible business opportunities. Advertising, etc.
4. Donations from those who have the means.
5. Information about protests or other events.
Maybe I’m being premature, you might think so, but I don’t think so.
I think people will need this sort of networking.
Maybe it will work to share info if we are careful about it–best to have references, people who will vouch for you–and use some process of gradually introducing yourselves to each other whether it’s through a social media platform or otherwise. Best to be careful.
Anyway, that’s what I can think of for now. Yes, I’m on Facebook and Twitter. And you can use my email on the contact page, or the comments below.
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