Two Quotes About Fear

The acceptance of most of the over-the-top Covid driven measures is a product of the fear being packaged for mass consumption. Here are two quotes about fear that relate to how it is being used as a tool of control.

Matthew Crawford

In a June, 2020 interview, author of the book, “Why We Drive”, written before Covid, Matthew Crawford talks with interviewer Freddy Sayers about how “health and safety have become a political instrument for managing the population”. From the interview on the UnHerd YouTube channel:

– One of the major themes of this book, Why We Drive, is what I call the ideology of safetyism. To begin with, it’s a moral sensibility. There seems to be a kind of loop we’re in; the safer we become, the more intolerable any remaining risk appears.

Matthew Crawford: the dangers of Safetyism

Celia Farber

From an article by Celia Farber about Kary Mullis and the PCR, published on the Principia Scientific International website on August 11, 2020:

– How many of us are “infected” with this novel Corona virus, and how scared should we be?

– First, a spiritual law: Anything that tries to frighten you comes from “opposition,” in spiritual battle. It’s not the Holy Spirit, period. Ignore its threats and keep your wits about you. You don’t have to shout, “Stay safe!” to your neighbors. We are safe. We have an immune system that is a miracle like The Sistine Chapel. It withstands toxic, microbial inundation on a grand scale at all times, while operating a super-highway of adaptive life-sustaining genetic information, on cellular bridges, emitting telegrams of vital evolutionary code, slandered as “viruses” or “retroviruses.”

– People die – yes. But people don’t die the way Bill Gates would have you believe, at the mercy of malicious, predatory pathogens, “lurking” on every surface, and especially other humans. That’s not “science.” That’s social engineering. Terrorism.

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