On Thursday my son and I drove to Coeur D’Alene so we could go to the Silverwood amusement park. Paul won a free ticket to the park several months ago for reading enough books in his 4th grade class.
It was a nice drive over, with little in the way of construction. At one point, I was quite surprised to look up and see completely blue skies! The smoke just wasn’t as bad in Idaho that day.
The time-zone change helped us get to the park shortly after they opened, but there were still huge lines to buy tickets and then get inside.
There was no social distancing at all. None of the employees were wearing masks, and I’d say 98% of visitors weren’t wearing them either. I only noticed three groups of people wearing them - two different family groups, and then several muslim women in full headdresses were wearing them with their families. But no one else was.
Signs posted by the lines encouraged different family groups to socially distance. This wasn’t happening at all. At one point, I saw one family standing in line for about 20 minutes near us. As they got closer to where they could get on the ride, they put their masks on. I figured they might have been more worried about the unmasked staff - who literally come into contact with hundreds of people a day.
We went to a Jimmy John’s for lunch, where all the employees were wearing masks. Later that night we went to Olive Garden, where none of the employees were wearing masks.
Anyways, I just thought I’d point out how our neighbor to the west is doing things...which is pretty much the same as in Montana.
Idaho fell to their lowest level of covid cases around June 17, with a 7-day average of 59 cases.
That’s since been going up, like much of the rest of the country, and world. By July 21, that number had shot up to 202 cases over 7 days.
Idaho last reported a death on July 10, when they listed two people dying from covid.
From April 27 to June 10, they had zero deaths.
The people in Idaho, much like us in Montana, just aren’t concerned about covid anymore, and I saw that clearly at Silverwood.
But you wouldn’t know that from the corporate news, which is the real poison in our land.
One of the things I’ve been thinking about lately is the Delta variant, which the media is scared shitless about, but very few others are. There’s currently a big push by the corporatists to scare the absolute hell out of us, sharing the worst stories that affect hardly anyone. Things like young people going to the hospital and getting lung transplants.
Of course, this is blamed on the unvaccinated, but the truth is that most people going to the hospital these days have had their vaccine, often both doses.
- In Israel, they’ve determined that 40% of all new covid cases are coming from vaccinated people. Less than 1% are coming from people that have previously been infected. In fact, having had the virus before makes you 40 times less likely to get infected again.
- In the UK, the health minister said that 40% of all covid hospitalizations are coming from people that are vaccinated, mirroring what’s happening in Israel. Their Daily Mail reports that at 47%.
- Same problem in Chicago, where 500 vaccinated people have been hospitalized with covid, and 151 have died. The city refuses to release information on how many vaccinated folks have caught it but then recovered. Why? It wouldn’t fit the current narrative.
Didn’t hear that in the corporate media; couldn’t find that on Google? No surprise there - both entities make tons of money from Big Pharma. Astra-Zeneca is going to make billions off their vaccine this year, and Google is one of their biggest investors.
The patent royalties from that jab go to a private corporation called Vaccitech. “Among Vaccitech’s most prominent investors are Google Ventures, the Wellcome Trust, the British government, a Deutsche Bank capital investment company known as BRAAVOS, and various communist Chinese companies including Fosun Pharma.”
Money matters; you don’t.
29% of unvaccinated Americans believe the vaccine is more dangerous than the virus. 83% of the vaccinated believe the virus is more deadly to them than the vaccine. It’s clear to me that we’re going to have to split into two countries, very soon. Hell, we already are.
When the unvaccinated are asked why they won’t take the jab, 45% said they don’t trust the shots. Another 12% said they’re not worried about getting it, while 9% said they already had it.
39% of unvaccinated Americans aren’t worried about getting Delta, while 85% of the vaccinated folks think it poses a serious health risk.
Starting in the coming weeks, the narrative will change. Unvaccinated parents will be blamed for infecting their kids, perhaps killing them. One or two isolated incidents will make this seem way more prevalent than it is, all in the bid to separate families.
It’ll be a lot easier to begin moving people to the FEMA concentration camps if we can convince people that these individuals are killing their own children.
There’s also a chance that the FDA will approve the experimental gene therapy before then, allowing kids to get vaccines, and military members. I think this is the big reason we’re pulling our troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan - it’s better to have them get sick and die at home from the vaccine, where it can more easily be covered up.
I cannot begin to tell you the number of young 20-to-30-somethings I hear complaining that their parents are pressuring them to get the shot.
The global elites have divided us on class, now race, and soon it’ll be family ties that no longer bind. These psychopaths hate the idea of family.
Sadly for them, our young folks are smart - deep down, they know the shots equal suicide. I've heard that firsthand from lots of people.