Firing Squads, Depopulation and War
On lethal injections, this 2015 Article states: “There are simply not enough Doctors or nurses willing to give the injections”.
Boy, did they overcome that hurdle by 2019!
This is the power of deflecting responsibility.
Yet to harness that power, very specific circumstances need to be in place. For the Covid Crimes, that was a massive psychological campaign to convince people they were injecting health, rather than deadly bioweapons. It included dancing nurses and carefully crafted lies. It would be foolish to think it ends there.
Military historians identify the huge efforts (and costs) required to turn humans into killers. It makes a huge difference in firing squads if you place a blank in one of the guns. It makes a difference when committing warcrimes if you kill innocents with a sword or a bomb.
We are currently enmeshed in a global war, Matthew Crawford claims it is a mindwar, yet given how many of us are casualties, perhap it’s best summarised as 5th Generation warfare. However, a theme I have been exploring is that we (those who would love and live and raise families unmolested) are losing so badly that it looks more like domestication.
If the middle managers are not accountable for tens of millions of deaths, then hundreds of millions will follow.
Violence is being normalised once again, and it shows in statistical trends which do not account for the Covid genocide. (Steven Pinker will be the last to tell you - his career depends on unfounded optimism.)
Not just violence, atrocities which go far beyond our (illusory) codes of morality. In fact, a quick check of the Geneva Convention would suggest that ‘we’ have been subject to ‘grave breaches’. Here are a few which need no further explanation:
willful killing, torture or inhumane treatment, including biological experiments
Who among us was not forced to endure these?
willfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health
compelling a protected person to serve in the armed forces of a hostile power
willfully depriving a protected person of the right to a fair trial if accused of a war crime.
Once more to Sage Hana for some seemingly credible predictions of global population decrease. Thence to Katherine Watt, whose legal work I summarise as ‘proving the futility of relying on existing systems’.
For any of this to happen, they have needed and will need the modern equivalent of firing squads. They will need nurses who inject, citizens who look away, systems which dehumanise, police who need the money, legal frameworks which disappear, and so on. So far they have had them in spades.
(Could our work - these citizen journalists and protesters and letter writers and petitioners, these prickly family members who speak out and create discomfort - could our work be to not just avoid the firing squad ourself, but to give our loved ones a chance at avoiding the next sign up forms?)
I do not know if there is a successful depopulation agenda currently going on. We can provide decades of evidence of powerful and influential people discussing it. We can point to motive, and how many problems an insidious depopulation agenda would solve. We can point to depopulation in action. But I cannot for certain say how much of what is going on is well executed plans, and how much is a result of incompetence, negligence, chaos.
I cannot add to the research of hard working actual journalists. Yet I can conduct the thought experiment which needs to be done, and I’m not aware of it existing. This:
How different would a benevolent depopulation agenda look like?
Although the body count from bioweapons is through the roof, the current war, which I’ll call “Cold War 2” is not ‘hot’ for most of it’s participants. Even Ukrainians, with hundreds of thousands of official deaths over the past 8 years of violent war have likely suffered more numerical damage from the covid bioweapons. More deaths, more injuries, more direct economic damage.
As we have seen, we can currently be on the losing side of a cold war and life can be mostly normal. There is clearly more short-term indirect cost per ‘violent’ death than there is from a (non-violent) vaccine injury. Though we were all locked up in various guises for years, most of us did not have to deal with daily threats of bombs, violent (as opposed to internally planned) disruption of most civil systems and mass exodus of refugees.
Depopulation could, in theory, be civilized, mutually agreed upon, voluntary.
It is therefore not a stretch to call the genetic weapon depopulation and sterilization more benevolent than the the bloodier and messier versions in Laihana, Ukraine, Gaza, Syria, etc. If we continue with the assumption that depopulation is necessary, is it not also humane to trick people into believing that they are actually saving lives?
Of course, people experiencing the wastage of aggressive cancer, the death via vaccine induced SIDS of their child or the lifelong disability of severe autism could argue the exact opposite, but no depopulation could ever be 100% benevolent!
Slave Soldiers Vs Depopulation
Food for thought - A concerted effort to turn civilians into slave soldiers would be a bit clunky on both the execution (17 million dead, and horrible side-effects on this version, but next version. ….) and the secrecy (no this wasn’t a military experiment … OK it was, but shutup). This clunkiness would create shadows on the cave wall which look like a depopulation agenda. It would be a great distraction from your real agenda of creating slavish unthinking sub-humans.
Precursors to World War
I have had great cause recently to question all of our common assumptions about history and previous World Wars. Nevertheless, the most common understanding around World War I was that it was eminently forseeable by a lot of people (via mutual defence treaties, military expenditure, etc.), but still very difficult to thwart if one even wanted to.
See if this Summary of modern day looks radically different, or radically incorrect to you:
A break down of dialogue, problems which are escalating, but which have no attempt at diplomatic resolutions, the ‘cornered rats’ syndrome - where rich and powerful people are asked to give up more and more to fix the problem without violence, economic indicators, trade wars, local treatment of others, opportunity for gains from violence, military industrial complex’s who are running out of enemies, East India Company style fascism, loss of real wealth among the majority of many populations, the spread of new, seductive and powerful ideas which cannot reconcile with reality, extremism, the cumulative negative effects of ‘late stage capitalism’, the power vaccuum which results from a successful weakening campaign against the old established power, and short term observations which look like this. Plus a huge mobilisation of war propaganda and machinery. Further, the financial incentive is incredible to go to war long and hard.
We don’t know what the future holds, but we can be damn sure that the present holds a lot of factors heading toward World War III.
Back to Firing Squads
The sheer callousness with which most people and systems treat the vaccine injured shows the extent to which modern populations have been conditioned to either participate in, support or ignore the moral hypocrisy, suffering or dehumanisation which would preclude massive depopulation efforts or a hot world war. The censorship industrial complex, ‘nudge units’ and behavioural influence mechanisms of modern regimes show resounding successes. The pressures and chaos of a bloody and global conflict are almost unfathomable. Ditto even a moderately incompetent Social Credit Control Grid + CBDC’s. None of us can promise that we would ‘never do that’, no matter what ‘that’ is.
With all this in mind, we would do well to spend time empathizing with people who do join firing squads, to explore the potential within all of us to be duped by the presence of a blank cartridge or war propaganda, or a threat to ourselves or our family.
We would also do well to keep in mind that the evolving genocide in Gaza, vs the decades of oppression preceding it are not our only options. A global culture of honesty, equality, respect for life, liberty and property, with differing opinions expressed openly is possible for humanity, though we do not know for sure the path to get there. All I know is that if it existed today, there would still be open discussions about benevolent depopulation by those who think it solves problems. There would not be so much energy and effort put into maiming other humans for profit/power, or so much effort into shaping these malleable apes (humans) into killers - via war or depopulation or both.
In such a world, protecting your loved ones is harder than you expect!