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Standing Up to the 'Great Reset'
Alexander Scipio • 20 Dec, 2020 • 4 Min Read
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American sits at a crossroads. The blood sweat and tears for freedom of millions of lives across thousands of years of Western Civilization sit with us. We have been at this intersection between liberty and tyranny before. We have made the right choice, our choice, in the past. What choice will we make today?
The Great Reset, based on environmental policies supported by no facts, is a paradigm to destroy us, an evil path our rulers admit will not achieve their stated goal, but will destroy our liberty– their actual goal. Cloaking the Great Reset in environmental clothing is a sop to the those unwilling to process information, unable to think critically.
This “Reset” is just that: Resetting a thousand years of history to the days of tyrants and serfs, a feudal, pre-middle class time in which We the People had nothing but menial labor, hunger, sickness and early death. For the anointed, it is about, "improv[ing] the state of the world." Whose world? Their world. .
It is about using a very survivable virus, propelled by a media willing for you to die for their clicks, to achieve essentially unlimited power over human liberty.
The “political, economic and social disruptions” are not “caused” by this virus. They have been and continue to be caused by nascent totalitarians destroying our lives in pursuit of their power. We can go to church ... but not sing? We can go to the store... but not buy garden seeds?
America has no political opposition to this evil, since both sides of the uniparty are in thrall to the power the “crisis” gives them. It matters not that our Bill of Rights, a document without which America would not exist and that specifically limits the power of government, has been trashed as never before ... to keep us safe.
As for the “traditional context of decision-making?” Until the American secession from Britain in 1776, that “traditional context” was tyranny. Yes, the Magna Carta put some of that to rest, and, yes, the Great Reset would “reset” us to well before 1215: a thousand years of human progress, history, liberty… erased – sorry, “reset.”
Because of the flu? No. Because we have been taught, and far too many accept, that the reasoning (if it can be called that) behind the Great Resetters is good for us, no matter how uncritical or nonsensical. Stopping them requires we choose our leaders more wisely… and are allowed to do so.
The swamp may be so bad that draining it will set off a full-throated rebellion. Trump may not have fully realized this. The Great Tyranny, our uniparty government, the Green Movement, business, financial and educational institutions, are trying to prevent his finding out; they want the tiger to eat him.
Draining this swamp, defeating this tiger, may mean war or secession – but it will mean public recognition of what these bipartisan, globalist elites have done to Americans, and what they still have in store.
Some will reject this as a Manichean view. The fact is that the number of items that are not black and white is infinitesimal. Everything is a zebra – it looks gray from a distance, but when you get right down to it those are black and white stripes.
People say they “care” about a situation but are unwilling to do what it takes to fix it. “Caring” is binary – black and white. Things are not gray in the real world. Either we care enough to fix the problem, or we're just wringing our hands. Fix the broken windows and crime goes down – or don’t, and it doesn’t. We protect our nation, or we don't -- and succumb to the Great Reset imposed by international oligarchs by means of a weaponized virus from China.
The choice is ours.
Alexander Scipio is a native southern Californian exfiltrated to Arizona. An IT professional for 40 years, he has pushed cows in California, dudes and horses in Wyoming, and programmers in Los Angeles and Phoenix. An avid outdoorsman – skier, backpacker, water skier and scuba diver – Alexander writes from Surprise, Arizona.