A little bit of beauty for the pandemic…
The mindless, hysterical reaction to what is a natural occurrence, a virus that spreads, sickens some people and kills a few more of them before finally running its course in a couple of years, has shed clear light on the true nature of humanity.
People love to be told what to do. They will follow orders mindlessly. They will succumb to irrational fears with ease. Governments knows this. The people in power know this. And this is why we are seeing the greatest governmental power grab in the history of the United States.
Where will it all end? I suppose the “lockdown” will go on forever, since the coronavirus will be with us for a few years at least, and we will simply submit to the “authorities”, who will find once excuse after another to continue with their dictatorial powers, destroy the economy, the capitalist system they so despise, and replace it with a socialist system. People will become utterly dependent on an all powerful state, which promises to ensure “safety” in exchange for liberty. The populace will become impoverished serfs, utterly dependent upon their leftists, socialists and Democratic overlords, but at least they will feel “safe”.
Our leftist elite ruling class is loving all this, as is China, and the two are one and the same now.
Racer X’s contempt for this world only deepens.
The Chinese coronavirus will change everything.
It is time we wake up to the threat that communist China poses to us.
There are two wars occurring at the moment, both cold but they could turn hot. The first is the Chinese war against the United States over global domination; the second is the war between American nationalists, and nationalists worldwide, who seek to protect and promote their countries and heritages, and the elite, globalist financial and political class that seek to reduce the United States, and the Western world in general, to a vassal of the latest despotic power residing in Asia.
The destruction, human and economic, that will result from this pandemic will clarify all this like nothing has since the Second World War.
As a man ages he learns, hopefully, to discard the things that are superfluous, and focus and pursue those things that are essential. The pursuit of beauty is eternal, and yet there are other things too in life. The key is knowing what those are, what things are important, and what things not to give a shit about.
With age comes the wisdom to discern such things…