Convergence: Google Drops Censorship of the Greatest Crime Against Humanity (Covid-19 Vax Injury and Death)

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— The Inevitability of the Truth

Prelude

There’s a saying—and people often assert—that the truth will out. This axiom holds true in the realm of natural phenomena, where reality asserts itself uncompromisingly. You simply cannot fool Mother Nature. The distinction we must draw is between the metaphysical and the man-made. All things beyond human influence operate in trends and cycles, swinging like a pendulum to an extreme only to be inevitably pulled back. Nature maintains a delicate balance: Earth is perfectly positioned near the sun, providing the energy and sustenance for life to flourish, yet not so close [or far] that life is constantly at the brink of extinction.

Analogously, civilization—with its stories, legends, and narratives—is far from perfect. Nothing man-made aligns with reality as seamlessly as nature does. Everything in our constructed world, just like in the natural one, operates in a constant ebb and flow, a dance of balance and counterbalance, including human actions. We build up structures, narratives, and power systems to the point where they become vulnerable. Then, invariably, some other force or phenomenon exploits this vulnerability, initiating a shift in the opposite direction.

Duality is an inexorable aspect of nature and that duality—that yin and yang—is reflected in human action, reaction, counter-action, and affirmative action.

Society operates on a massively complex web of lies—evasions of reality. Some of these untruths are paradoxically beneficial. For instance, when faced with almost insurmountable odds, instead of succumbing to despair, we tell ourselves comforting lies. “Everything’s okay. Everything’s going to be alright.” This self-deception can motivate us to defy the odds, and sometimes, remarkably, it pays off. But there are other lies that serve only to sustain unjust privileges, unnecessary power, and the twisted pleasures of psychopaths.

Just as a natural phenomenon has its limits—consider the chain reaction of a nuclear explosion that eventually peters out—so too the propagation of lies meets its boundaries. Lies are sustained because they are often close enough to the truth; they don’t trigger universal disbelief. However, there is a category of deception known as the “big lie”—a falsehood so deeply interwoven into the fabric of society, civilization, and individual human lives that it seems indispensable for survival. It’s a lie so colossal that unwinding it would cause upheaval, encountering immense resistance.

I’ve penned a few recent posts on unraveling threads in our societal tapestry. And now, here’s another: Google’s latest move to cease censoring information on COVID-19 vaccine injury and death. This is significant. It illustrates the pushback against a narrative that has reached its tipping point. The truth, seemingly suppressed for too long, is beginning to surface as the pendulum swings back. In the end, reality—whether we like it or not—insists on being recognized, and no amount of human artifice can prevent its eventual, sometimes abrupt, reassertion.

So, let’s watch closely as this unfolds. Will we witness a cascade of revelations, a domino effect of truth toppling the edifice of lies? Or will this be a singular act of transparency in a sea of deceit? One thing is clear: The balance of nature and truth is inescapable. And in this dance of reality versus fabrication, it’s only a matter of time before the rhythm resets and the truth, once again, will out.

I’ll delve into some specifics below in the context of inevitability and convergence and you’ll understand how there’s a lot more to come. Buckle up. In other news, I headed out here in Pattaya, Thailand this morning for some after late-late night action over at Marine Plaza off Walking Street. What’s it like at 6 o’clock in the morning?


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Richard Nikoley

I started writing Free The Animal in late 2003 as just a little thing to try. 20 years later, turns out I've written over 5,000 posts. I blog what I wish...from diet, health, lifestyle...to philosophy, politics, social antagonism, adventure travel, expat living, location and time independent—while you sleep— income by geoarbitrage, and food pics. I intended to travel the world "homeless," but the Covidiocy Panicdemic squashed that. I became an American expat living in Thailand. I celebrate the audacity and hubris to live by your own exclusive authority and take your own chances. ... I leave the toilet seat up. Read More

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