When you see the world from a critical-eye angle, you are often asked, “What and when was the turning point that turned you into this ‘mad conspiracy theorist’? (I do prefer the term ‘conspiracy factualist).
“Maybe something personal happened. Like a vaccine injury?”
Most of those were the turning point for many and prompted to start questioning.
My partner’s turning point came with the latter — a vaccine (provable) injury to her son, who is autistic, albeit and thankfully mild. Not many are that lucky.
My defining moment was when I was 17. My father was a critical-thinker. He used to say things like, “Son, this world is not what you think it is,” and my favourite, “The newspapers only tell you two things that are correct: the date and the price.” How right he was.
I learned a great deal from my father. He was far from being a ‘conspiracy theorist’. He was a facts guy and had to be. You see, he was very high up in the police force, so as you can imagine, theories and opinions never played any part in our household. It was facts or nothing. Everything else didn’t count.
That philosophy served me well and the reason the things I believe in have never been proven wrong, and the reason that my abilities in my judgment of the world always turn out to be correct. I wish I was wrong, though.
There are issues I won’t touch on because I cannot prove them either by definition of hardcore evidence or circumstantial evidence. I don’t do UFOs, Loch Ness Monsters, or Shapeshifting. That’s not what I do, so in essence, I do not have an opinion or a theory. Opinions are useless, and although conspiracy theories may offer a bit of harmless fantasy, they really aren’t for me.
I started the Vox Post with my partner (Glasgow Girl @sapiofoxxy) because we have a lot to say and because we needed a platform where we would not have our views curtailed.
Glasgow Girl has been booted off Twitter, lost almost 20K followers, and even when she innocently debates in a civilized manner, Twitter shuts her down. Many Twitter users have more than 20K followers, but Glasgow Girl’s followers were organic, and I believe the high numbers in interaction was the problem for Twitter. Her information was reaching too many people in their eyes. You can have 100K followers or even a million, but it’s the information and how many people are engaging and agreeing that is the problem.
When I started out in this journey, the turning points and the defining moments from my peers and fellow critical-thinkers were from the list above; more so Sept 11th, but 2020 has given birth to a level of critical-thinking and thinkers that have surprised me. They clearly go beyond Sept 11th, when everyone and his grandmother became experts in melting metal structures. 2020 is on another scale entirely, however.
Almost this time last year, the British government declared it would take ‘three weeks to flatten the curve. A year later, we have more restrictions, and the world is rapidly plunging into darker territories.
The biggest scam in global history is not an exaggeration. It is neither an opinion or a theory: it is fact. World War I and II weren’t world wars at all. Only a few countries were involved, so they branded that scam wrongly by their wording alone. Sept 11th only benefited the Coalition. Two planes knocking down three buildings didn’t really affect anyone living in the Andes or up a tenement block in Glasgow.
Covid, on the other hand, affects every nation and every person on the planet. Bill Gates himself is on record as saying, “We need to get the vaccine out to 7 billion people.” Not only those just living in or around the cusp of the Coalition but every single human being on Earth. That is not a conspiracy; that is the exact words from the mouth of the guy whose money is funding a dangerous amount of untried vaccine production.
They rebranded the word from ‘normal seasonal flu’ to Covid. It’s that simple. In 2017/2018, 45million US citizens fell ill with the seasonal flu resulting in 63,000 deaths. That year Europe also suffered fatalities of record highs, but like all seasonal flu, the overwhelming majority are elderly and vulnerable. It happens every year.
2020 saw the biggest scam in global history. No virus EVER has lived through more than three seasons, and no virus EVER has managed to live and thrive in both sides of the equator at the same time.
Scamming is easy. You only need to use what every marketing strategy has ever used: fear. If you put enough fear into someone, you can make them do whatever the hell you like.
You need a good lie, though. There’s no real need for an actual virus to do this. You only need the illusion of a virus, and you can make the entire population of the planet do whatever you want them to do. In fact, an actual virus wouldn’t work. It is too difficult to control, and it’s the control that is the key.
At the start of the scamdemic both Glasgow Girl and I said these restrictions would get more challenging as the year goes on, and if you think 2020 was a bad year, you are about to meet 2021 head-on, and it will be that bad it will make 2020 feel like a walk in the park on a sunny day (without social distancing).
We both said this was all about resetting the economy (which they have started already) and getting the vaccine out to…as Bill Gates said himself…7 billion people.
Our aim at Vox Post is to form a group of dedicated writers who will offer a straightforward angle to news and information and touch on subjects and stories the mainstream media seem to have difficulty with.
The Vox Post is also a platform for critical-thinkers to express themselves in the shape of written content from comedy, entertainment, raising awareness, and telling the bloody truth!