Many of us have learned a lot about ourselves and the people around us over the past two years. We’ve had plenty of opportunity to see who is willing to stand for his or her beliefs. Moving ahead, Allan Stevo advises to separate yourselves from those lacking courage and group yourself with the courageous.
Why is courage such a rare thing to encounter today? Paul Rosenberg has a terrific explanation on why the West has no backbone: We’ve forgotten the reasons why we once valued the virtues we once held.
After so many years of MSM pooh-poohing the idea of false flag operations as so much ‘conspiracy theory’ twaddle, they are certainly pushing the idea that Russia is about to launch one. Caitlin Johnstone explains why this is such a sharp pivot from the usual party line and how it proves we cannot trust official pronouncements.
Refusal to accept the “new normal” as normal isn’t a sign of anti-social thinking. It’s the duty of each person who retains the power to love what’s good and noble. Glenn Ellmers has a great take on resisting the new normal and its accompanying assault on reason.