What Was The Left’s Old Mantra?

     Oh yes, here it is:

Always Advance As If Under Threat Of Attack

     Two articles bring this to mind:

     The former weak mea culpa pleads for forgiveness. “We thought we were doing the right thing. Hey, anybody can be wrong. Scientists make mistakes too. Besides, there are other problems to be solved!” It’s not the first such plea. Why, you’d think the “public health” community had been threatened with a reduction of funding!

     But mistakes were not the gravamen of our anger. We were incensed at the “scientific community’s” arrogance, its posture as a clergy that cannot be wrong, and its invocation of totalitarian methods to impose its will upon the populace. Note that the article concludes with a statement of its mission: “Restoring trust in public health.” The very core of our fury – that there is no such thing as “public health:” — is completely omitted.

     As for the second article…forgive me, Gentle Reader. Upon discovering it I started laughing hysterically. It took me quite a while to come to a halt. The Left’s absolute and unwavering commitment to its belief in its moral superiority is most blatant in the article’s closing:

     The unvaccinated should by any moral measuring stick have done more to warn about the potential risks — to help us make informed decisions about our health. And they must now ask us for our forgiveness.
     And, hand to heart, we may just give it to them.
     Because we are good people. We took those injections because it was the right thing to do — until it wasn’t.

     It’s stuff like that that makes me wonder if IQfy.com is a parody site.


     There isn’t a great deal more to say about the specific subject of COVID-19 and the highly experimental, essentially untested mRNA vaccines. It’s unlikely that any heads will roll over it. Too many of the most culpable belong to our society’s political Establishment. Besides, there are celebrities involved. We can’t cast the titans of the film world into the outer darkness, now can we? Who’d make the next dozen sequels to Avatar?

     Yet there is an upside. Everything has one, even if one must squint hard to see it. The upside in this case is the destruction of trust in “public health authorities.” Indeed, we owe them a great deal more than distrust, for it was at their urging, with the Venomous Dwarf leading the charge, that totalitarian lockdowns and fascistic penalties were wrought upon us for daring to dissent from the The One, Holy, and Indisputable COVIDian Narrative.

     The evangelists of COVIDianism may admit their “errors,” but they will never concede the truly execrable nature of their imposture. That would require that they cease to pose as “authorities.” What would become of their self-image then? As for their Big Pharma collaborators, who raked in billions for the deadly vaccines that have brought us the Epidemic of Died Suddenly: their turn will come.

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  1. It’s stuff like that that makes me wonder if IQfy.com is a parody site.

    I haven’t wondered in a very long time about such behavior long before seeing this site. It’s the Left’s answer to the Babylon Bee: We will defeat you by daring the perpetual adolescent jackasses in the world to do worse than your parodies. Jackass was a series of how to videos — and it was optimistic.

    What is progressive for the Progs is regressive for the rest of us. It’s so much easier to cull the herd when it offs itself.

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