Sudden, Yet Expected, Betrayal
It should come as no surprise that the controlled-opposition branch of the Uniparty, commonly called ‘Republican’ had fourscore members best value viagra the abomination known as the Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act of 2021, which in its very text is about implementing a “‘immunization information system’ [which] means a confidential, population-based, computerized database that records immunization doses administered by any health care provider to persons within the geographic area covered by that database.”
There are many issues that can, and should, be taken with this overreach, especially considering how certain people are pushing for a ‘Vaccine Passport’ system which could (read ‘will be’) be tied into economic rights, setting the precedent at least that “no one may buy or sell” dependent on some government controlled/approved ‘permission-slip’.
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One thing to notice, however, is that the case wherein the Supreme Court found a Constitutional right to privacy of medical records, especially from the government, is now being threatened with being overturned…
Throwing Out the Bath-Water with the Baby
People have been commenting on the possibility of the Supreme Court overturning the Roe v. Wade decision, from those dramatically predicting (or threatening) revolt/civil-war to Karl Denninger’s prediction of ‘nothing’. — However, I think that this is exactly where our enemy wants to go: They *wish* to destroy all protections against instituting their stranglehold control over every aspect of your life, and what do they care if this causes a civil war? A civil war would be advantageous to them: for it would deplete both physical stores (the means of resisting) as well as erode the morale aspect (the will to resist); thus they win should Roe be overturned and cause civil war, thus they win if only Roe is overturned (for then there is no ‘precedent’ of the Supreme Court recognizing a Constitutional right to the privacy of medical records), thus they win if Roe is left in-place (for they hate life).
And so we find ourselves offered a ‘Gotcha!’ scenario, like when the Pharisees sent their disciples with this question to Jesus: “Is it lawful to pay taxes to Cesar?” (If Jesus answered ‘Yes’ they would point out how Jesus was endorsing Caesar’s authority and claims, which included the blasphemy of claiming divinity, under Jewish law; if he said ‘No’ then they could convict him under Rome’s law.) — But here Jesus sidestepped the entire issue by asking for a coin, pointing out that Caesar’s image and inscription [name] were on it, saying: “Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s.”
We, too, need the divine wisdom of Jesus here: for on the one hand we are offered continued child-sacrifice, and on the other hand we are offered sacrificing the whole people into slavery — pray, for wisdom, and Justice, and mercy.