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The Nature of All Tragedies
If on a winter's night, a sudden coincidence of spontaneous combustion.
Some people might have assumed I was joking, but I was as sincere as Ms. Stewart in spreading her legs as wide as possible for that big pharma loot.
Kids gather ‘round, your father and I have some important news to share with you.
Your grandma has cancer.
It won't be easy in the months ahead, but she’ll get through it.
Kids, please put down your controllers and listen. Kids? Madison, Colton, take off your Oculus headsets…thank you. I need to see your eyes to know you’re alive.
Now, as I said, your nanna has cancer.
It will be difficult for a few months, but your nanna is a trooper and she’ll pull through. Your father and I are relieved we made some changes to her life that will give her a fighting chance, like moving her to that retirement home in the city to get away from those deadly cow farts in the country. With those new 5G antennas outside her window, we can also facetime with her with no dropped connection.
It’s also good that she stopped eating eggs as the FDA advised her 40 years ago, or it could have been much worse if her cholesterol was high. Quitting all meat and dairy will really help. Switching her to a vegan diet will give her body the upper hand in her fight against this horrible disease.
In order to keep her safe we asked her care home to give her the latest booster vaccine. They told us if she gets a fourth booster within three months of the third, we get 90% off next year’s fees. It seemed too good to be true but they showed us how the government is subsidizing this discount through the CARES ACT, and we got it in writing.
Since it doesn’t look like you need any kleenex, well, that’s all.
You can go back to your Meta worlds now.
Comedy or Tragedy?
All stories throughout time can generally be classified into one of those two main genres. Much of the categorization depends on the narrator and hero, the mix of story elements like characters and dialogue, but especially the ending.
If grandma is the hero of the above story it’s a tragedy, but only if she dies. If she escapes her idiot family doing everything they can to accelerate her demise, which is incentivized by the CARES ACT and the government, then it’s a comedy.
Tragicomedy is a literary genre that combines the dramatic elements of tragedy with comic undertones to lighten the mood, but these are often just the elements of dark comedy, gallows humor, or even satire and farce. These elements emerge where reality is so exaggerated to the point of disbelief that the comedic aspects sufficiently outweigh any of the tragedies within the story, regardless of the ending.
A diagnosis of the state of the world we’re living in depends on the objectivity of the spectator, and perhaps to what degree they’ve been programmed to see a completely different world from the one they’re probably passively floating through. Those who cannot, for whatever reasons, see the world objectively and become victims of their own circumstances make both comic and tragic characters.
The very existence of these people, who are not suffering from any mass psychological phenomena concocted in the halls of a fraudulent academy, is confirmation that we’re living in a comedy.
Flawed by their ignorance and desire to remain trapped by it, their confidence which is derived from believing propaganda and lies makes for endless comic retorts. SADSly they’re headed toward trouble and watching them do so with such arrogance after years of defending both governments and their toxic corporate partners can be particularly hilarious, even if death is the end result.
In the ongoing debate over free speech, something that was solved by much smarter minds like Thomas Paine and John Stuart Mill centuries ago, the opposition camp cites “causing offense” as their greatest defense of censorship and also the surest sign of stupidity. The offense is always taken and never given. It’s a choice to be offended, and no liberty should ever rest on the chosen emotions of others.
If we can choose our reaction to events, then that too has some bearing on the nature of the story we’re witnessing or participating in to whatever degree. Choosing our reaction to observed events requires deliberation which first requires thought, and it appears that thoughtful people are in terminal decline these days.
The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets.
— Will Rogers
While each of us has our own story arc and elements that will determine whether the remaining decade of Agenda 30 and whatever follows results in comedy or tragedy, how one views the world will depend on what type of lens it is viewed through once their minds have absorbed as much truthful information as they objectively can.
It’s easy to fall into traps of despair and even depression. It can be exhausting revisiting bombs in our inbox daily that revolt and horrify us, many of them with attention-seeking headlines like URGENT! MORE OF THE SAME SHIT YOU KNEW TWO YEARS AGO, WITH MORE EXTRAVAGANT GRAPHS!
Is it possible to change lenses and instead of letting it horrify us, we shrug and have a chuckle at the insanity of it all?
Our psyches might be better off overdosing on laughter rather than underdosing. As Dr. Denis Rancourt recently observed, stress is the greatest factor in weakening immune systems and therefore causing illness. What’s more stressful than being locked in your home and bombarded with fabricated fears for two solid years?
Is laughter our most potent antidote to the constant stress they seek to inflict on us?
It’s easy to invent new genres for new times, especially times for which there is no historic precedent but the classical duopoly of tragedy and comedy is still useful in grinding a story down to its ideal category.
On the one hand, watching the transhumanist eugenics agenda produce such successful outcomes in deteriorating immune systems and eliminating humans for population control seems undoubtedly a tragedy of epic proportions.
On the other hand, watching the play from a distance is also in some ways a comedy. Before you register your outrage at that statement in the comments so others can see how virtuous and morally righteous you are, consider the following additional information.
The denial of reality is inherently comic in nature. Every totalitarian state requires at its core for existence and propagation, the complete denial of reality whether by collusion, through force, or passive acceptance through ignorance and stupidity often concocted in the deadly laboratories of public schooling.
Take Papa Dementia’s State of The Commune speech the other night. It was one knee-slapping lie after another told by a decaying buffoon with one leg in the grave for whom a Presidential election was openly rigged with help from the alphabet agencies, corporate media, tech monopolies, and politicians of both parties.
It was downright hilarious.
Totalitarian proclivities encompass both tragedy and comedy.
The consequences of denying reality in large numbers for too long are always deadly, and therefore exemplify the nature of all tragedies, while witnessing others openly deny reality is also amusing, if not hilarious. Pretending to deny reality to avoid the ire of authorities or the tantrum of a mob is also comic in nature if not tragic in the level of cowardice displayed.
There are billions of people who continue to deny the iatrogenocide reality or simply refuse to look too closely for fear of short-circuiting years of programming.
Their learning curve is so steep, in order to see the mathematical slope of this curve displayed visually we would need to pile all the monitors on earth one atop another from the surface of the planet to the moon.
In the words of the great George Carlin, these people are some dumb-ass motherf**ers.
These are the people who wanted you to take the deadly poison and if you didn’t, they wanted you to lose your job, your healthcare, your ability to participate in society, and in many cases the capacity to obtain life-saving surgeries.
Far too many of these midwit cowards are creeping toward the shadows where they think the world will just go on and forget that they were part of the largest suicide cult in human history that rested on trusting their government and corporations.
What do you call that behavior if not comic?
Of course, there hasn’t been anything more comic than the media’s role in our present farce.
Blue Zone Ladies
The oldest living humans have always been women. There are numerous lifestyle and medical reasons for this, and sometimes it helps to avoid certain risks in life.
Who's going to tunnel below the fields of Verdun toward Prussian positions beyond the forest?
The coal miner’s daughter will never mine coal.
The ships going down, women and children first!
I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty, and skill in battle. We will accept nothing less than full Victory!
How’s that for male privilege?
Although men certainly aren’t what they used to be and that too is by design. Civilizations don’t collapse on the shoulders of strong men.
All of these supercentenarian women have generally been from blue zones on earth. Blue zones have a combination of similar factors like diet, lifestyle, climate, and culture that researchers believe lead to a concentration of centenarians in certain zones on earth.
Jeanne Calment is reported to have been the only human to live past the age of 120, but she didn’t live in a blue zone. The French supercentenarian died in 1997 having been age 40 at the start of the First World War and age 70 at the end of the second. She was born before La Belle Époque and was a teenager when Van Gogh was shot in a field near the town of Auvers-sur-Oise.
Or was she?
A Russian mathematician claims that Yvonne Calment, Jeanne’s daughter, had assumed her mother’s identity to avoid inheritance taxes in the 1930s and was pretending to be her the last 60 years of her (mother’s?) life. Inheritance taxes in France can be a real mother—.
Comedy or Tragedy?
At least she had a sense of humor about her tax fraud, and in France where everyone is taxed to death that certainly takes balls.
The Russian’s evidence for this was apparently the fact that she only shrunk one inch from age 100 to when she died at age 122. That’s less than Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter shrunk in one month.
Italian woman Emma Martina Luigia Morano was the oldest living person in the world for just one year in 2017. She attributed her longevity to eating three eggs each day and having a positive outlook on the future.
A positive outlook on the future?
She’s lucky she didn’t have Substack newsletters bombing her inbox in the aftermath of a plandemic or she wouldn’t have made it past eighty.
Three eggs daily.
The FDA, AMA, and USDA said for decades that eggs should only be eaten in moderation to avoid high cholesterol.
How many premature deaths did the cholesterol myth and big pharma’s statins scam cause?
Cholesterol only helps the body form cells and produces key hormones like Vitamin D, the most important vitamin for immune system fortitude.
The American medical community has always wanted people sick and weak.
There’s never been money in keeping people healthy and strong.
And so through the comedies and tragedies, the supercentenarians and stolen identities, we arrive at the latest tragicomedy to be exposed.
Remember Eggflation being blamed on a PCR-fabricated epidemic of Avian Flu and the rumors of tainted chicken feed that was keeping hens from laying eggs?
The same week I published Laying Eggspiracy Theories a warehouse in Connecticut spontaneously combusted killing over a hundred thousand egg-laying hens.
Last week this happened in New Zealand.
If on a winter’s night, a warehouse full of hens goes up in smoke and there are no security cameras to capture the spontaneous combustion, was it another spook’s match?
And if you still think this is all another sudden coincidence to keep you from shrinking to 4 feet 2 inches by the age of 122, then have a gander at these studies from the past year.
If they can’t burn down all the warehouses and cull your flock using false positive PCR tests, or taint your chicken feed they’ll try and keep those eggs from you any way they can.
We’re definitely living a farce.
They’re coming for the eggs, the hens, their eggs, the sperm, the testosterone, the internal combustion engine, the potash, the nitrogen, the fertilizer, all modern farming, the supply chains, effective energy sources, clean air, drinking water, the currencies, private property, the human population, and all individual liberties you thought you had that were simply temporary privileges that could be revoked by a bunch of unelected Malthusian technocrats who first want you dead.
Isn’t that hilarious?
It’s the nature of all tragedies. The hero dies but the story lives on forever.
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