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Edited by Aideen Devine, Wednesday, 17 Feb 2021, 10:55

*The following article may be offensive to some, for which I do not apologise. It is your choice to read it.

** I realised the last paragraph had not copied over and has now been added. 17.2.21

And then, one day you wake up! I mean, we wake up every day, if we are lucky, but this was not waking up literally, it was waking up metaphorically. I had thought I was awake before now, although, when I think about it now, it actually feels more like being reborn.

Well, it was a funny old week, last week. I was sitting at home last Monday, I had been out walking on the Saturday before and as I crossed the road, I broke into a run, as the traffic was coming faster than anticipated, when something popped in the back of my leg and the pain shot up through it. I hobbled back to the house, put a heavy elastic bandage on it and rested it for the rest of the day. I phoned Out of Hours the next day, as my sister said it sounded like a torn tendon or ligament and that I should go to A&E to get it looked at, as it could be serious and put me out of action for months.  My aunt had died on the Saturday night too, and there was no way I was going to sit in A&E for maybe 4 hours or more on a Sunday.

So, there I was on the Monday,  I couldn’t settle myself to reading or doing anything, and thinking things over, when a feeling of tremendous peace came over me, it reminded me of that passage in the Bible where is says, ‘the scales fell from his eyes and he could see again’, that is what it was like. This is a very short version of what happened, there were other things going on too, but in the space of 10 seconds, everything changed, my eyes were opened and the things I thought mattered or were important, no longer are. Just like that! As Tommy Cooper used to say!

‘I can see clearly now, the pain has gone!’ (My God song!) My eyes have been opened and I can now see the absurdity of the world and humanity. And the world was never more absurd than it is at present. Take this whole covid scamdemic, it’s a joke, it really is. Grown men and women walking around in fear of a flu (or a contaminated vaccine, there do seem to be 2 factors at work here, from what I can make out). And where are the men? Really, where have all the men gone? Are there are none left but these snivelling gutless wonders, big girls blouses and the sad psychologically castrated shadows of their ancestral selves? And if there is anyone reading this who knows Sam Smith, or even is Sam Smith, would someone please tell him, ‘You’re a bloke, you might be gay but you are still a f*cking bloke! And you will never be a ‘mummy! GET A GRIP!’ And the rest of you, grow a pair, ffs!

Let me tell you something, and I’m saying it right to you, if you are walking around with a mask on, you are a twat, you look like a twat and you are a twat! And if you are walking around with a mask, a visor and a pair of latex gloves (like the twat, I met out walking 3 weeks ago) then you really need to take a long look at yourself. If you are out and about today with your mask on, just take a minute and look around you, open your eyes and look at the absurdity of this entire situation, it is ridiculous, insane! THE EMPEROR ISN’T WEARING ANY CLOTHES! WAKE THE F*CK UP!

This is the problem with humanity in general, we are so up our own asses, we think the world revolves around us, a collective unconscious belief left over from when we believed that the earth was the centre of the universe, and everything revolved around it. The source of all this narcissism is the ego, we feed it with all the nonsense we believe about ourselves. But I’m sorry to have to tell you, (actually, I’m not a bit sorry) and this is for the Black Lives Matter campaign too, you are really not that important and your life is not that big of a deal to anyone else, you might matter a bit to your family and a few of your friends but if you dropped dead tomorrow, someone else would be doing your job within weeks, if not days or hours, the world would still go on, and within an couple of generations, there would not be one person around who actually even knew you personally. You would just be a face in a faded picture, or an image saved on an icloud somewhere, floating in cyber space where no one will ever even look at it, until the day the AI delete it as a dormant account to free up some space on a hard drive – and that would be the end of that! Game over!

The thing is, I don’t even care if any of this offends you because I just don’t care anymore! I don’t give a flying damn about Covid, or vaccines, or Rat Handjob, or Fat Boris, or virtue-signalling twats in their masks, to be honest!  Take the vaccine because frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn!

I feel as if I have been let out of prison and it is wonderful! I think I have been working towards this moment for years, to be free of care, seeing the world and people for the reality that they are. Why did I ever care about any of it, or any of these people? It seems so foreign and strange to me now, and it is great! I have to say, I am probably going to be a whole lot more offensive from here on, I mean, I’ve already told several people to f*ck off in the last year already, well, I’ll be worse now because I JUST DON’T F*CKING CARE! Yeeehaaaa!

So,  I am now going to bury my head in the sand and pretend, in a little world built from my own narcissism and cowardice, where justice only exists if it is part of a screaming mob, where science is bought and paid for and evidence means nothing, where all government ministers are paragons of virtue and must always be believed, where the savage has been civilised by Western culture for his own good, where the truth is a lie, and a lie the truth, where I am the centre of my own universe and care nothing for the troubles and woes of others and 2+2=5.


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It's been a few weeks since I posted anything, but since there isn't anything other than the slow descent into technological and medical enslavement to talk about, there really wasn't much point. But irony of ironies, we now have Sinn Fascism telling us to wear masks.  4 months after '3 weeks to save the NHS' and NOW you need a mask. We've been given 4 weeks to get used to the idea before they make it mandatory, you couldn't make it up!! Well, actually you could because that is exactly what they are doing, and from the party whose military wing spent years running around with masks and guns, terrorising and traumatising an entire community?? Give me strength!!!

But I don't care who says it, I still won't be wearing one, I don't care if it's mandatory, compulsory or whatever, I'm not wearing one because a) they are completely pointless - a virus is so small you need a microscope to see it, it is one 10,000th of a millimetre and can easily pass through paper and cloth  and b) for health reasons - and as the propaganda says - it's not to protect me, it's to protect you -  because if you try and put a mask on me, you will get severely beaten. 

But I don't care anyway as my holidays are coming up soon and i'll be heading to England for a few days, for a nice change of scenery. I have to fly out of Belfast this time to Heathrow as everything going to Gatwick was sold out, making it a bit of a trek to get down to Sussex. But it'll be worth it, I'm sure.

I also started running recently, something I never thought I would do, but it just sort of evolved with being out walking so much, and I thought I would try the couch to 5k. I'm just starting my 3rd week and going pretty well, I managed to run for a steady 10 minutes on Saturday and could have run for longer but didn't want to push my luck. I won't be doing any marathons but I'll be quite happy if I can manage a 5k.

I've also been cutting back on the social media and the telly and been reading more, in between the crocheting, gardening and decorating. I finished Carl Sagan's The Demon Haunted World and also read Ron Kovic's, Born on the 4th of July. I'm on the last chapter of America:The Farewell Tour by Chris Hedges at the moment. The book is divided into 7 chapters, each dealing with a different aspect of the declining empire. I had to take a 3 week break after reading the chapter on Sadism, it was pretty rough and as Hate was the one straight after, I needed a break before getting into that. I don't agree with all his conclusions, but the final chapter titled 'Freedom' is a real eye opener into the depth of the corruption in the prison system or the industrial prison system. It is the best chapter in the book.  The prison system is the new slavery, there is just no argument on that and the corporations all have their dirty hands in the trough.  Did you know that all the McDonald's uniforms are made in prison by inmates getting paid a dollar an hour, if they are lucky, many aren't even getting a dollar. Think about that the next time you're chowing down on a Big Mac. 

But McDonalds aren't the only ones, all military gear is made by prisoners and here are just some of the other corporations using prison labour to boost their profits, usually done through sub contractors - JC Penney (or Primark to us), AT&T, Bank of America, Walmart ( or Asda), Procter & Gamble, Microsoft, Dell, Revlon, Johnson & Johnson, Fruit of the Loom, Quaker Oats and many more. It's a business and a very big business at that, and one I'll come back to but whatever you may think of the Black Lives Matter campaign, there are genuine issues of grievance within the black community to be addressed. However, poor whites are suffering just as much and these are the groups who need to unite to fight the injustice and exploitation. Unfortunately, I don't see that happening any time soon, we're badly in need of a Malcolm X or 2, (the last honest politician) but with everything that is going on at the moment, something has got to give, as we really can't go on like this. It's a question of where and when that first domino falls...lets hope it's soon.



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