Many years ago while traveling through Ireland, before Ireland was dragged into the 21st century by its membership in the European Union, I came to meet an old sheepherder who claimed to be a direct descendent of James Joyce.
He immediately identified me as American and asked if I thought civilization would be the death of mankind. We spent the rest of the night drinking Guinness and discussing that possibility.
The insight of this simple man, the question he posed, never left me.
Forty years later I find myself asking if that time has come.
As I explained in Part One, this will be a departure from my usual practice of deconstructing establishment media narratives.
We stand at a crossroads in our democratic republic and if you don’t understand the threat presented here… the information that is presented as a result of the hard work done by others… far better writers than yours truly… then that’s on you… we tried…
Comrades, let this serve as a warning to like-minded subversives who would attempt to defy the lock-down orders of Commissar Phil Murphy. If wrong-thoughts continue to be expressed, it may become necessary for the Ministry of Coronavirus Compliance to deduct 500 credits from your social compliance score. Please do not put the Ministry in the position of having to make such decisions. Compliance is in your best interest…
… A rogue citizen could put a compliant society at risk of infection. They may not just carry biologics they could carry a more alarming virus of wrong-thought against the interests of the state. Rogue citizens would be subversive to our new society.
[Crime and Law] […] According to that enforcement update release, Kim Pagan of Toms River was the mind behind a Friday protest at the statehouse in Trenton, New Jersey. Covered by national media, an unknown number of protesters reportedly waved American flags, honked their car horns and shouted “no more fear” through a megaphone…
… Pagan was charged by New Jersey State Police with violating Murphy’s Coronavirus-inspired emergency order “by organizing a prohibited event” near the statehouse and elsewhere in the capital city in which “protesters gathered” in order “to demonstrate against the Governor’s Executive Orders,” according to authorities. (read more)
When you see that justice is measured, not by due process, but by compulsion; when you see that in order to invoke your first amendment right to speech; or your sixth amendment right to due process, you must obtain permission from men who rebuke our constitution; when you see that justice is determined by those who leverage, not in law, but in politics; when you see that men get power over individual liberty by graft and by scheme, and our representatives don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you; when you see corruption holding influence, and individual liberty so easily dispatched and nullified; you will know that your freedom too is soon to perish.
Read Sundance’s article in its entirety, here.