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I mean, in an academic sense, sure. But the question is why is all of this happening. Roosh's theory is very plausible, IMO.The crisis doesen't have to result in long term harm. People and resources are still there. We can drop obligations. In fact we will be better off if we don't honour obligations to the oligarchs.
Thank you for the short cut!Roosh's theory after building up to it for 2+ hours:
This is a carefully orchestrated technocratic worldwide revolution to usher in the next stage of globalism using coronavirus as the pretext...
What would have to proceed?
- 20-50% permanent destruction of the economy
- Trauma-based social control -> mass hysteria/fear
- Revolts (real or false flag)
- Military involvement and/or militarized police
- Indefinite detention, new camps for "domestic threats"
- Use of criminals as shock troops
- More aggressive surveillance and censorship
- Vaccination, certificates, and chips needed to buy, sell, or work
- Digital currency
- Severe gun restrictions or confiscations
- Christian persecution
- Brave "new" society in the name of saving lives
Near-term confirmation triggers
- Previous 'open society' was merely a transition stage
- Predictive models showed successful populist uprising in the future
- Depopulation control wasn't reaching goals
- Rolling internet outages
- Military vehicles patrolling neighborhood streets
- Temporary local bans on paper currency
How To Predict The Future
- Huge conspiracy
- Human nightmare
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The project manager of this revolution is Bill Gates. He's been assigned to see this project through.
To predict the future, all you have to know is what Bill Gates says.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci's role is to act as an authoritative and knowledgeable figure in support of this project. (Many years ago, before some of you were born, he was at the forefront of pushing AIDS in the media.)
The Atlantic - https://www.theatlantic.com/ - seems to have privileged information about the narrative that the project wants to put forth before others.
What Can We Do?
"Solidify your faith."
- Establish daily prayer rule and scriptural reading
- Stock up on one to two months of food
- Solidify local social network
- Consider weaning off smartphone
- Personal/home security
- Rationally decide on your personal rules for resistance
I hope you're right about the 'live test' part of it (and I agree that it's optimistic), but the counterargument would be this:This is probably the 'live test' to see how people will react, as Roosh optimistically suggested
I thought this was one of his most convincing points, because when you think about it, almost nothing else makes any sense. When you think about it, a pandemic is a very predictable event. You can't ever be sure when a pandemic is going to occur, but they occur with decent regularity, and human reaction to that sort of thing is fairly predictable. Hell, as many have pointed out, they just ran a workshop on it with Bill Gates last year. They were talking about how one of the big things is stopping the flow of "mis/disinformation." Pandemics are a regular part of life that we know for an absolute fact they were planning for prior to the outbreak. I believe it's a lot more likely that they weren't prepared for exactly how meme warfare would work in the age of the internet. Anglin has pointed out how, for quite some time, the strategy was to cast him as the evilest person alive, and the site as the center of world villiany. Only recently did that change when that one report came out showing how doing this was spreading his message, in fact according to his plan. There's a parallel with the Trump campaign, where they covered Trump endlessly as the most horrible and racist candidate ever. Censorship on the internet has ramped up hugely in the form of bannings and shadowbannings, and all sorts of other methods, but you look at the comments section anywhere comments are still allowed, and you find truth pretty quick.This are the weakest parts of Roosh's logic chain, as these are pure assumptions. Assumptions I don't think are correct, this flaw in his logic chain strongly muddies his conclusion.