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  • #61
    I think you're putting too much emphasis on Presidential politics. Of much more importance is the woke movement. I have read it being described as a religious movement with dogma, priests, moral code, etc. Apparently the only thing it doesn't have is forgiveness. I don't know how much it has spread overseas yet but it may go down as the foundation of the one world religion.

    Also, you could argue that wokeness is the driving philosophy of the Biden administration.
    "For I desire mercy, not sacrifice, and acknowledgment of God rather than burnt offerings." Hosea 6:6

    "Theology can be an intellectual entertainment." Metropolitan Anthony Bloom

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Thoughtful Monk View Post
      I think you're putting too much emphasis on Presidential politics. Of much more importance is the woke movement. I have read it being described as a religious movement with dogma, priests, moral code, etc. Apparently the only thing it doesn't have is forgiveness. I don't know how much it has spread overseas yet but it may go down as the foundation of the one world religion.

      Also, you could argue that wokeness is the driving philosophy of the Biden administration.
      I'm putting emphasis on the "Great Reset" because that's the global plan I believe they're going for. The chief drivers of that plan is the three crisis factor -- economic, climate, and pandemic. As far as the "woke" culture, I'm still not entirely sure how that's going to play into all this, though they do underscore the "equality" canard as part of that plan. I'm just not sure how much of that is actually driving the global plan vs. they're just using it to fool the left and make it seem like it'll work in favor of the masses (the underclasses) instead of a detriment to them. I'm leaning more towards the latter, though I think supernatural forces will definitely use it to continue to torment Christianity and eventually eradicate it on a local level while that global plan is being implemented.
      "I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole, it was like... we had entire training courses. It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment." - Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State (source).

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      • #63
        Originally posted by seanD View Post
        - Pandemic is here to stay, and even if Covid goes away, a worse pandemic will take its place soon after.
        - Pandemic enforced mandates will not let up either in the US or abroad (if current mandates let up, it will only be replaced with newer mandates -- i.e. mandatory vaccine, immunization verification, etc.).
        - Biden will resort to executive order to enforce radical ("reset") multilateral policies and reforms (assuming the Dems don't get a senate majority).
        - Political division and conflict will worsen.
        - Economy will worsen (especially for the lower classes).
        - Social unrest will worsen.
        - Biden will use executive orders to try and regain order in the US as a result of increased social unrest.
        - Digital verification immunization will come to the forefront in discussions and debates (and how to specifically deal with the constitutional aspects of it being mandatory).
        - Digital currency will also become predominant (with much scoffing in the MSM about public paranoia of the "the mark of the beast").
        Just google "immunization passports" or "covid passports" and you'll find articles all over the internet. The subject is now mainstream, with some countries even already implementing it. Since I'm now more than confident this will happen in the US easily in the next four years...

        Check, check, check, and check.


        Vaccine Passports, Covid’s Next Political Flash Point

        The next major flash point over coronavirus response has already provoked cries of tyranny and discrimination in Britain, protests in Denmark, digital disinformation in the United States and geopolitical skirmishing within the European Union.
        The subject of debate: vaccine passports — government-issued cards or smartphone badges stating that the bearer has been inoculated against the coronavirus.
        The idea is to allow families to reunite, economies to restart and hundreds of millions of people who have received a shot to return to a degree of normalcy, all without spreading the virus. Some versions of the documentation might permit bearers to travel internationally. Others would allow entry to vaccinated-only spaces like gyms, concert venues and restaurants.
        While such passports are still hypothetical in most places, Israel became the first to roll out its own last week, capitalizing on its high vaccination rate. Several European countries are considering following. President Biden has asked federal agencies to explore options. And some airlines and tourism-reliant industries and destinations expect to require them.

        Dividing the world between the vaccinated and unvaccinated raises daunting political and ethical questions. Vaccines go overwhelmingly to rich countries and privileged racial groups within them. Granting special rights for the vaccinated, while tightening restrictions on the unvaccinated, risks widening already-dangerous social gaps.

        Vaccine skepticism, already high in many communities, shows signs of spiking if shots become seen as government-mandated. Plans also risk exacerbating Covid nationalism: sparring among nations to advance their citizens’ self-interest over global good.

        “Immunity passports promise a way to go back to a more normal social and economic life,” Nicole Hassoun and Anders Herlitz, who study public health ethics, wrote in Scientific American. But with vaccines distributed unequally by race, class and nationality, “it is not obvious that they are ethical.”

        Still, there are clear upsides: grandparents reuniting with out-of-town grandchildren; sports, concerts and other events partly but safely returning; resumption of international travel and some tourism; businesses reopened without putting workers at undue risk.

        All of that is why, Drs. Hassoun and Herlitz wrote, vaccine documents “may be inevitable.”
        Just as a side note, I find it interesting that the main discussion they're using is "inequality." Not one time did they mention issues with the Constitution or civil liberties in that article. I admittedly didn't expect that and thought the latter would be the predominant debate. But looking at it from that perspective, it's actually pretty brilliant that they're making it about "inequality." 1) It perfectly aligns with our current culture, and 2) it controls the debate, which ends up being a net benefit for the acceptance of vax passports, because the inequality is an issue that can easily be solved with government intervention, and takes the focus off the REAL debate, which is how it potentially violates our civil liberties.

        "I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole, it was like... we had entire training courses. It reminds you of the glory of the American experiment." - Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State (source).

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