I just read as much of this article as I could stomach, which was about half of it.

It’s appropriate to think about this on the anniversary of 9/11.  That was the day the globalists promised — by converting skyscrapers into Dust in the Wind — to destroy the world as we know it.

Verse 2 of the popular Kansas song laments.
Same old song
Just a drop of water in an endless sea
All we do crumbles to the ground
Though we refuse to see

Three years after their covid gambit much of the world still uncritically absorb the lies of the rich and powerful.  Most of the people I see on a daily basis govern their lives according to the lies of western institutions and American materialism.  I have tried, more earnestly than ever, to stay alive in this world where they use every trick in the book to make me think and feel that I am “Just a drop of water in an endless sea.”  A reality where “All we do crumbles to the ground.”  That fatalism shattered my personality — especially on the internet.  I maintain multiple emails for no good reason, and I work to show only the “acceptable” side of me on social media.

I do this even though I’ve publicly described and rejected this use of the internet for decades.

Staying alive is a good impulse.  But not at all costs.  If staying alive, or even keeping a job, means you must live the life in slow motion of a smashed grape surrendering skin and flesh for wine to tickle the tastebuds of an oligarchy then it would be better to die quickly for the truth.  Oligarchs are just people.

Riches don’t make a person better, or more worthy.  We used to know that.

We’ve forgotten so much.

Like what really happened on this day in 2001.