December 4 2020 and I reach the pensionable age of 66.
I’ve had the wool pulled over my eyes during my 66 years but I am wised up now. I have a healthy cynical disregard for authority and particularly when it defies common sense. We are in the midst of an event (Covid-19) that defies all common sense and reveals how stupid most of the population is. Yes, I expect to get thrashed for saying that, but I stand by my words. Hey I hear you say; you are way out of line. Am I too critical? Are you critical enough and applying critical thinking to a events of today? Click here to check my views on critical thinking.
Am I the only one pointing out the wrongs of those in authority that are controlling the narrative about Covid-19? They stoke up fear and panic and now we are on the verge of the removal of one of our most basic freedoms. What do the ‘stupid’ say? Go ahead, stick a vaccine in me cos I don’t want to die.
I am not the only one who knows that there is a sinister agenda at work here. Our forefathers earned over centuries the freedoms and liberties we enjoy today. Now the stupid want to allow those to be taken away in a few months. I wonder what the historians will write about this generation? Even with better education, better food, better medical care, a welfare system (envy of the world) they got complacent.
Here is the definition of complacent: A complacent person is very pleased with themselves or feels that they do not need to do anything about a situation, even though the situation may be uncertain or dangerous.
The last words ‘uncertain’ and ‘dangerous’ characterise where we are today.
What do you normally (or should) do when you facing uncertainty or danger? Stuck for an answer?
Read this and then consider again how you might answer the question.
Read the background story from a doctor at https://thecritic.co.uk/a-day-in-the-life-of-the-covid-physician/?s=09