What a Time to be Alive!

(We’re the ones we’ve been waiting for)

Thanks to useless lockdowns without a shred of science to support them, about 10,000 additional children are dying each and every month from hunger.

Here it comes…

Deadly treatment protocols designed to enrich the elites were imposed upon hospitals and thus, patients — causing nearly one million deaths in the U.S. falsely attributed to Covid-19.

Wait for it…

In 2020, workers lost $3.7 trillion while billionaires gained $3.9 trillion. Some 493 individuals became new billionaires, and an additional 8 million Americans dropped below the poverty line. This is the largest upward transfer of wealth in the known history of the world.

We’re almost there…

A few companies like BlackRock and Vanguard are gaining control of virtually every industry while Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum openly implement a plan to enslave the vast majority of humans on earth.

Here it is: What an incredible time to be alive!

No, I’m not being cynical. I’m simply listening to the sound of opportunity knocking — kicking down the damn door, you might say.

When else in all of human history has there been a time when we were in a better position to shape the future? What we do (or don’t do) in the next few months and years could quite possibly tilt us all toward either the point of no return or a far more sane form of society.

In other words, each and every one of us can take part — right now — in creating the most important social changes ever imagined.

This isn’t about skin color, gender, or what parcel of geography you happen to have been born on. I’m not talking about party affiliations, incremental reform, or what sky-god you’ve chosen to worship. It’s all about recognizing a crisis and taking the appropriate measures.

We’re on the brink of economic, social, and environmental collapse. What an extraordinary time to be alive. How lucky are we? We’ve been trusted with the most vital mission of all time: survival.

What will YOU do differently from now on?

Mickey Z. is the creator of a podcast called Post-Woke. You can subscribe here. He is also the founder of Helping Homeless Women - NYC, offering direct relief to women on New York City streets. Spread the word. Read other articles by Mickey.