2 Responses to “Ten things we have learned from the Covid Coup.”

  1. Alan Vaughn says:

    And “we” means we. While the majority have apparently learnt nothing at all from what has happened, they will eventually catch up.

    Well I wouldn’t bet on it. Most of them are hopelessly and irreversibly TV indoctrinated. These imbecilic, group thinking zombies have had the truth pointed out to them by the likes of us, too many times, but they simply refuse to see it. They much prefer to ridicule us as nutjobs and dangerous conspiracy theorists than listen to anything we try to tell them, because their TV’s tell them that it is the only acceptable way to respond to us and our ‘dangerous misinformation’ and that they should at least consider reporting us to the covid thought police.
    Also, those hideous shame muzzles they love to wear so proudly, appear to have sapped all common sense and any ability to think at all, from their tiny, narrow little minds.

    We’d probably see a more encouraging response from any solid block wall, if we tried to explain what’s going on to one.

    As Mark Twain famously stated:
    “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”

    • ian says:

      Just been saying more or less what you say here Alan to my Nephew. He’s hounding me just now, for my opinion on all things Covid. He then turns round and says he’ll likely need to get the shot for work. I told him to fight against it.

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