How Covid succeeded where 9/11 failed. The New Normal persists because the Alchemists always learn from their mistakes.
Very interesting perspective. One of the main differences I noticed between 9/11 and "covid" was the reaction by the people. With 9/11 we *genuinely* came together as a people. Screaming USA, USA, USA and other such mantras were on the lips of almost everyone. It was spontaneous and voluntary. With "covid" it was much different. The "togetherness" (we're all in this together) seemed forced and fake. It seemed to be set up on a false premise. None of it made sense and there wasn't any spontaneity to it at all. It seemed to all be based on some weird "guilt" system and instead of blaming the "virus" (ie "terrorist") we were drawn into blaming each other for everything! Amazing. I think the "elite" dropped the ball on this one. Although they've definitely accomplished a lot, I think their plans backfired a bit. I often say they would have been much more successful if they would have taken the trillions of dollars they've spent on "covid" and given it to the people to keep us fat, happy and ignorant while they pushed really hard behind the scenes to implement their plans. Can't wait for part 2!
Huh. Fascinating ideas here. :)