‘I Feel Like My Unborn Grandchildren Are Saying ‘Please Fix This!’’
Wildland firefighters carry fire shelters that they use when trapped in a forest fire. The shelter protects them from the heat of a fire and can save a firefighter’s life. While using a fire shelter is a life saver, it is certainly a last resort, because the end result is far from a perfect outcome.
To use a fire shelter, the firefighter lies on the ground and covers himself up under the fire shelter. The shelter reflects the heat, but not perfectly. The firefighter may roast slowly like a baked potato, only he is a living man experiencing that, and hopes that he lasts until the fire passes. As you might imagine, the firefighter may endure tremendous pain. That pain can all be ended very quickly, by simply lifting his shelter and taking a deep breath of super-heated air.
Given the extreme pain he may endure, and the ease with which he can give up, firefighters receive psychological training in order to prepare them for the possibility of using a fire shelter.
As a firefighter slowly and painfully endures — sometimes for 2 minutes, sometimes for 3 hours, based on how long it takes the fire to pass — in such a moment of despair, he is trained to stay focussed on someone in his life who he needs to stay alive for.
Often that is his children.
He is trained to realize how much that tortured battle in the fire shelter is psychological, and what a motivator our children can be.
What Motivates A Reader Of These Pages, And Which May Motivate You Too
A reader, a lion, a warrior, shared with me this week, a source of motivation that moves her to action in her fight in the health mandates and other areas of life:
“I feel like my unborn grandchildren are saying, ‘Please fix this!’”
She said it that simply. She said it almost shyly. Despite that hesitancy, it was clear that she meant every word.
How powerfully that statement sat with me.
Have you ever been there?
Of course, you have.
If you fight, it is only because you have a reason.
Alternately, have you ever said, “Why am I doing any of this?” Have you ever felt compelled to give up?
That, too, is always an option.
You have the power and the right to give up any time you want.
You are closer to victory than you realize. Fight hard, fight obedient to your values, and one day, victory will spring up on you, as this increasingly totalitarian regime ends, just like every totalitarian regime in history has ended — it just suddenly collapses, on a random day of the week, on a random day of the year, that no one would ever have expected the whole massive, all-powerful government to topple.
That is how totalitarian regimes have always ended.
They just suddenly collapse.
And at the same time, when the stakes are high, as they are in this era, we must keep in mind that the potential gains are great, but the potential losses even worse.
Losing will be very destructive, so we must win.
Let Us Look Soberly At The Plan Being Publicly Spoken About For Us
Recognizing that, let’s take a moment to reflect on what is planned for you — a plan that will become a reality if you let it. Let’s take a moment to reflect on the stakes. In the midst of that unprecedented, high stakes game, let’s take a moment to reflect on who it is you choose to surround yourself with.
Here is where we are:
They want to kill you.
They want you to die.
You mean so little to them that they can’t be bothered to run a blind test on the medicine that they are pushing upon billions of people.
Do you get that?
It is not incompetence.
They want you to die.
They want you to die.
How The Law Of Unintended Consequences Can Be A Crutch For The Smart Man
Yes, the law of unintended consequences is real. Yes, government is constantly overstepping its ability and messing things up. And government is also being quite intentional in bringing consequences upon you which you would not wish upon yourself. Yes, there are unintended consequences, but chalking everything up to unintended consequences excuses the greatest evil. The greatest villains would love you to chalk everything up to unintended consequences. Doing so gives them far more leeway to operate, undeterred by the likes of you.
It goes far beyond incompetence.
There are people pulling the levers of power who want you to die.
If they can not have that, then they want you living like a serf, tied to the land, owning nothing, having just enough to be satisfied, docile, easy to control.
They want your children and grandchildren to have the same.
What The Price Of Gas Explains About This
I paid $7.79 / gallon for gas last night. You might live in a more sane place. You might have paid the equally insane price — relative to your neck of the woods — of $4.79, $5.79, or $6.79.
I am not particularly troubled about the $7.79 being so expensive. I chose where I live. I understood when I moved here that it would be outrageously expensive and artificially inflated by nonsense regulation.
But that price of gas is not a mistake. Sleepy Joe is not a mistake. The dithering old man is not going to be escorted out the door just before everything turns around. He is a figurehead
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