Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by oneCharles Mackay, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
It is not a waste of time to try to pull people out of the Covidian cult. We can pick them off the herd individually. It will take time. Some methods are more efficient than others.
There’s no point bickering over what has already come to pass. Rather, our goal should be to start from today and work towards returning to sanity as soon as possible. That might not be a full-scale soul searching about all that went wrong. More likely, we will have to satisfy ourselves with a return to normality and an embarrassed, historical deep-filing of the whole episode, like the interning of Germans during WWI.
Covid will end when the headlines end.
There’s an interesting class struggle going on in Australia, focused in Melbourne.
Tl;dr: Construction workers were required to get vaccinated and their union supported this government policy. Workers then attacked the union boss and the head office until they were chased off by riot police firing rubber bullets. The government then banned all construction work for two weeks as revenge against the unruly workers.
Full-on footage and further background here.
Back when the internet was young, some fellows got a little carried away and thought that it might be used in some Utopian way to make the world a better place. Most just thought it would one day be possible to download Miss Venezuela’s swimsuit picture in mere minutes, but others, like a white-haired Australian wanker named Julian Assange, were even more Read More
Just after 9/11, I went to a birthday party where everyone was understandably muted. We young men discussed what might happen next and considered the possibility of being drafted to whatever war was about to erupt.
War, we all agreed, was a certainty. “They’ve woken the giant,” concluded one chap, shaking his head. “They’ve woken the giant.” Read More