Monday, April 11, 2022

Crazy Times Scrapbook, January 2022

 The reason I still do these "Crazy Times" posts is because the crazy times have continued ever since Covid made its debut over two years ago, and in some ways they've only gotten crazier. I also still do these posts because I've been proven right over time in a lot of my opinions and suspicions, and I expect this to continue as well. I haven't been right about every single thing, but--unfortunately--many of my conspiracy "theories" have turned out to be true. So I will keep at it, although I suspect these posts will get shorter in the future as I have less time to read (and photograph) the news now that I'm a working woman.

"Abortion affects two people: the mother and the unborn, who has no say in the matter. It is a woman's right to make a second bad choice, nothing more. It is not a noble right like equal pay or voting. Let's not pretend it is anything but what it is: murder."

I will continue to speak out against abortion until it is banned for the shameful crime that it is.

This was big news in January, although I don't think there was very much about it on the mainstream networks. It doesn't support their narrative. 

Oh, Biden.

The only "good" the vaccines seem to do is that they can make Covid less severe if (when) you get it after being vaccinated. 

These are good thoughts about why those in church leadership may not see the whole Covid cabal for what it might actually be. Church leaders and members and their general lack of consideration for this very real possibility is something that I wonder about a lot. 

"It would be irrational, legally indefensible and contrary to the public interest for government to mandate vaccines absent any evidence that the vaccines are effective in stopping the spread of the pathogen they target. Yet that's exactly what's happening here."



This is insane. 

Florida has turned out to be the most intelligent state in the country. 

This sadly proved to be prescient a month ahead of the actual war. 

Sensible, smart England

I think this is so sad and unnecessary.

This has turned out to be mostly right. Not that I put much stock in what the CEO of Pfizer says. 

This helped me to understand better the whole Ukraine/Russia problem and how it could affect the U.S. and the world. Unfortunately, about a month after this was written, Russia invaded.

This is so sad. It all is.

Evil China. Everything is their fault. (Not really, but they have done and continue to do horrible things.)