by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
We have scarcely been let out of the cage of the Scamdemic, when people are wondering what will they hatch for us next.
This world wide tragedy is surely the greatest crime every committed since Cain slew Abel. And those behind it are surely the offspring of Cain.
Many simply tried to survive this great maniacal fraud.
But I prefer to be proactive, and make a point to shift the psychological war onto their terrain.
That is why, I can look back on the past 3 years with personal pride, for having criminally denounced 28 police officers, and in the next few months, adding another 8-10 to that score card.
I shall never forget, however, the suffering of humanity.
But if you did not fight like I did during the Scamdemic, you can fight like me now after the Scamdemic.
Take the psychological war onto their terrain. Remember! They faulted us for 2 years, for something which did not exist.
How much, then, do we not have the right and duty to FAULT THEM FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES for what they did to us.
Only in this way can we hope to reshape public morality so that it never happens again.
So the next time you see a policeman, politician, public official, store owner/manager, store employees, say, “I will never forget how you eagerly took part in the most vicious psychological abuse of myself and my fellow citizens during the Scamdemic!”
And for maximum psychological effect, say it without any emotion or passion in your voice, and with a facial expression of dismay. Communicate that they need to be rebuked for this and it is nothing extraordinary to say so.
Certainly don’t let them keep the mantra of the Virus going. Speak out. Better to risk something alive, than live as one who is dead.
And though in many countries you will not be risking anything by such an approach, you are psychologically destroying any future capability of the person you are talking to, of participating in another similar Scam in the future.
This is called pro-active psychological conditioning. — A more modern name would be, Preventative Warfare.
It is was our forefathers called, “rebuking the sinner”.
We need a lot more of that, because so many live as if they had no conscience at all.