One thing that has become very clear over the past two years or so is that first they tell us what they’re going to do… then they do it.
And what they’ve been telling us that they’re gonna do for a long time, is to demasculinize the world’s male population.
I suppose that’s one solution to the globalists’ depopulation agenda!
- Castrate the men… like sheep…literally.
- Make sure they can’t rise to the occasion (a new reason to fear Covaids and run to get jabbed); and
- Sterilize men once they exchange their reproduction rights for free beer at a convenient vaxing station nearby.
Society has been working to change what it means to be masculine for the last 40 years.
The results have been disastrous.
Erica Komisar, a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst and parent guidance expert who has been in private practice in New York City for the last 25 years said in a Feb. 14 column in the Wall Street Journal, “I’ve seen an increase of depression in young men who feel emasculated in a society that is hostile to masculinity. New guidelines from the American Psychological Association defining “traditional masculinity” as a pathological state are likely only to make matters worse.”
So the next step is to declare traditional masculinity as a disease or sickness…
More about this and other elitist predictive programming in today’s video. Scary stuff. And it’s all been laid out on the table for anyone to see.
Mark Twain said, “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.”
Separating fact from fiction accurately is incredibly important at the moment. Rumors, myths and misinformation are everywhere. But getting to the truth is always worth the effort – even if it’s not what you want to hear! Use these steps to weed out the truth from the lies:
1. Develop a Critical Mindset
One of the main reasons fake news is such a big issue is that it is often believable, so it’s easy to get caught out. Approach what you see and hear rationally and critically. Ask yourself, “Why has this story been written? Is it to persuade me of a certain viewpoint? Am I being triggered?”
2. Check the Source
Whether or not the author or publisher is familiar, stop to consider their reputation and professional experience. Are they known for their expertise on the matter? Or do they tend to be biased and subjective?
If you come across a story from a source that you’ve never heard of before, do some digging!
Avoid leaping to the conclusion that all mainstream media (MSM) output is true. This can be as unwise as following every rumor or conspiracy theory.
Don’t blindly trust the fact-checkers. Read more than the headline and objectively decide what “partially false” means… because they love to wrap the truth up in semantics.
3. Examine the Evidence
Remember Bill Gates’ favorite summer read: How to lie with statistics. Just because a news story will include plenty of facts – quotes from experts, survey data and official statistics – does not mean it’s true! Check for detailed, consistent and corroborated eye-witness accounts from people on the scene. If these are missing, question it!
4. Don’t Take Images at Face Value
Modern editing software has made it easy for people to create fake images that look real. In fact, research shows that only half of us can tell when images are fake.
Images can also be 100 percent accurate but used in the wrong context. You can use tools such as Google Reverse Image Search to check where an image originated and whether it has been altered.
5. Check That it “Sounds Right”
Finally, use your common sense! Connect the dots. Do your own independent research. Just because the government says it, and your parents and your friends believe it, doesn’t make it true.