For Americans, driving means freedom. The ability to just pick up, and leave town almost at a whim, either for business or pleasure promotes independent thought and action. This is antithetical to the leftist way. For the socialists and other collectivists, travel outside of one's hometown is a privilege, not a right.
People are going hungry in Sri Lanka. Farmers in the Netherlands will be driven out of business. Europeans will freeze and Americans will sweat. Because their governments have decided to chase good ESG scores, instead of following best farming practices, people will go hungry and perhaps even starve this winter.
Like cornered, wounded animals, these places and institutions are lashing out at the public in a desperate attempt to maintain their control over the people. Some of the people have had enough, like the Canadian Freedom Convoy truckers, and legions of people around the world that have protested in recent weeks against vaccine mandates and vaccine passports.
United States, Canada, Czech Republic, Australia, Austria, Belgium, etc. These demonstrations are now global, and common. This has to be the biggest political/human rights movement since the massive anti-communist movements of the early 1990s. Perhaps nothing in Western Civilization today is more hated than vaccine mandates and passports.
This has to be the biggest political/human rights movement since the massive anti-communist movements of the early 1990s. Perhaps nothing in Western Civilization today is more hated than vaccine mandates and passports. #defeatthemandates
Coverage and summary of the Defeat the Mandates DC march. The rally was organized primarily by outspoken critics of the mandates, Doctors Robert Malone and Peter McCullah. It was MC'd by J.P. Sears, a very funny libertarian comedian.
When the name Omicron fades from the headlines, as Delta did, it will be replaced. Thanks to COVID, we're all going to find out how many letters there are in the Greek alphabet.
We must recognize that COVD, while it should be taken seriously, the fear of it should not rule us, or cause us to turn on each other.
The long-suffering people of Australia are once again being subjected to tyrannical restrictions of their individual freedoms in the name of fighting COVID. A recent AP article describes the recent protests of the COVID restrictions. What's missing in the article? Any mention about how the people of Sydney and other cities are made to suffer because of the revocation of their rights to free speech and assembly. Are these people selfish, foolish, or do they just want to be free to make their own decisions and make a living by the sweat of their own brow?
For the life so far of the podcast, our liberties have been under threat, particularly since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. It was surprising in some cases, just how easily some of our Constitutional rights such as the freedom of religion were lost.