Why censorship is always a very bad thing.

Why censorship is always a very bad thing.


People can be cantankerous sorts. It’s hard to get a significant majority to agree on anything — let alone unanimously, or in sufficient numbers to claim a “consensus.” On anything that’s not a hard and fast core belief or value, that is. So, if there’s a “consensus,” start looking around for censorship. And start doubting the conclusion being labeled: “consensus.”

 


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I Had To Laugh…

I Had To Laugh…


The media knew that they needed only to repeat that mantra over and over and over and over again, and that would do it. The narrative, like a well-placed hook in a trout’s lip, would be sufficiently set in place… regardless of the actual results of the election.

 

Oh, you’re the trout.

 


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Hypothesis: There Was No Pandemic.

Hypothesis: There Was No Pandemic.


All evidence seem to point to the conclusion that, left unattended, and absent the hysteria, COVID might have caused a small and temporary up-tick in overall deaths in the world, but that’s about it.

 

Hardly a “pandemic.” Just another “flu,” like the swine one, or the avian one, of the Spanish one, or the SARS one, or the MERS one, or the H1N1 one… (yes, yes, I know… redundancies and all. Just naming a bunch of names we’ve all heard for: the flu)

 


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