That’s not to say you should blindly trust him either, and there have been many people, like me, who have brought up the fact that Elon Musk is still a wild card as the richest man in the world who has been involved in making covid vaccines, among other things.
He was making a computer chip to go in people’s brains, and is probably still doing that, although the monkey who played computer games with it’s mind died.
While this is going on, there’s a global pandemic preparedness treaty being signed, which aims to override the laws of the countries of the world, which the Corbett Report took a look at.
What did we learn from the pandemic? That everyone gets the flu, and the best you can do is stay healthy, eat well, exercise, lose some weight, don’t be old and about to die anyway?
Yes, that’s what we learned, and we also learned that when people warn about spending trillions and trillions of dollars because it could cause a depression, or hyperinflation, and then it does, you should listen to those people.
What we learned is you can’t save old people about to die, because they’re about to die, that’s the reason why you can’t save them, but also because masks don’t work, lockdowns don’t work and vaccines don’t work, at least in this case.
I can go back into that whole covid thing again, and detail all the ways in which they were trying to kill people and trying to destroy the economy, but you know all that, or you probably would have heard it if you don’t believe it.
I’ve said what I think you should do for years, find the worst of them, and kill them all. On an individual level it seems like advising people to commit suicide, although it’s also suicide if we don’t act to end their evil plans which threaten us all.
They can’t shut everyone up, and now Twitter accounts are starting to reappear that were silenced like Max Igan’s Twitter account, which is going to make things very interesting if they are allowed to remain.