This November 1, 2023 article written by Jeffrey Tucker looks at how the COVID panic has normalized social division and stratification, what he calls, the “society of us and them”.
After 2020, our societal divisions were no longer between the haves and have-nots. Our governments also created fences among “the servers and the served, the upwardly mobile and the downcast, the real workers and the professional class, the essential and nonessential”. Tucker says that this is “dangerous for freedom and a good society”.
He stresses the need to “find a path toward universal cultural and social empathy that is the bulwark of freedom”.
Editor’s Note: We have always said: the enemies of humanity will win as long as we remain divided. Once we were all united by a common goal – to unravel the lies surrounding the COVID scam, but once we start talking about other issues, disagreements are sure to happen.
We understand that people will take different stands on different issues, and we are all free to do that. We are not advocating for is NOT conformity. Instead, what we are advocating for is truth and human dignity. Whatever issues face us, we hope that people stand to protect these two things at all costs.
Each of us has our own version of truth, and we will not be able to get to the higher truth when we are allowed to see the whole picture for ourselves. This is the reason why we must stand against censorship. There is no one, elected or otherwise, who should have the capacity to dictate what is true and what is not, what is good and what is bad.
Moreover, if an action or decision stands to impair human dignity, we hope that people have already developed the courage and the good sense to ask “why”, and “how can we do better?”
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