Do you ever wake up in the morning and wonder why you even bother fighting for the freedom of others, many of whom don’t seem to want, let alone deserve such liberty? Lately, I’ve been asking myself this question more and more often. The hatred one faces for speaking out on social media is unimaginable and comes at a great personal cost. In my case, it meant losing three well-paid jobs and severing ties with loved ones—all for standing up for what I believe is right and important. Bizarrely, my statements mostly remain within Twitter, Gettr, and Telegram bubbles, seemingly having little impact on reality.
In reality, the Great Reset keeps progressing without interruption, as influential figures like Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab, who are driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution, promote their agenda without fearing any consequences. The intertwining of these protagonists with the media is particularly worrisome. The latter, responsible for shaping public opinion, fail to scrutinize those who finance their operations. Moreover, just as in science, journalism exhibits selection bias: almost exclusively uncritical individuals who toe the line are hired.
Although Twitter, under Musk, is regaining importance and freedom of speech is more or less restored, there is still no point of return in sight. Worse yet, Covid was declared over by Biden with a simple signature, and the very mob that discriminated against the unvaccinated now focuses on climate change, which will bring further personal restrictions.
Given the anticipated developments, I question why I continue to fight against what seems inevitable despite the discrimination. The current is so strong that it feels almost impossible to swim against it. Of course, after three years, there are some journalists popping up who now critique Covid, and this will generally increase. But this is happening because most of the world has already been ‘vaccinated’. It is simply two years too late. What is now perceived as “critical journalism” is, in my opinion, just part of the agenda.
So, where are the journalists questioning this alleged #ClimateScam? Where are those opposing the (trans-)gender madness? Where are those warning against digital currency? Where are those condemning 15-minute neighborhoods? Where are those saying it’s healthy to eat meat and eggs? Where are those enlightening us about the fact that CO2 is good for plant growth and is a result of changing global temperatures, not the other way around? Where are those warning against a digital ID that will completely strip us of our privacy? Where are those who see the implementation of a Chinese-style social credit system as a threat to the Western world? Where are those who sharply criticize Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates in public? They are scarce and, as a result, reach only a small, increasingly woke, segment of society.
I feel like we’re flogging a dead horse, but perhaps the hope that our efforts might one day make a difference is what keeps me from deleting my social media accounts. Because of one thing, I am 100% certain: unlike waking up with doubts, I never want to experience waking up in a 1984-like dystopia.