‘This is the way the world ends’
THERE IS NO FLU EPIDEMIC;
5G MAKES PEOPLE DROP DEAD
Which way do you want it, sports fans? Do you want to read the words? Or do you want to hear them? And yes, now we even have the video. https://www.bitchute.com/video/4cVKP2mxtY0J/
This is the new digital dark age, sold as progress, which we are buying with our timid acquiescence. We need to take to the streets now to stop it, or we will never have another chance.
But first, while we still have a little time left, let us digress with a little poetry.
There’s a reason an otherwise ordinary insurance clerk named T. S. Eliot was generally acclaimed as the greatest poet of the 20th century. But not even the legions of fawning critics fully realized how preternaturally accurate he really was — to nail exactly the future of the human species perfectly from the stunning distance of a century before it was to happen.
Born in America, Eliot lived most of his life in England. He is best known for his poem titled The Waste Land, written in 1922, for which he received the 1948 Nobel Prize in Literature. A couple of verses from another of his famous poems, The Hollow Men, were quoted in the 1979 movie Apocalypse Now and the poem's most famous line, "Not with a bang, but with a whimper," has become a well-known phrase in today’s lexicon.