Even though it’s clear that Biden’s presidency and by extension, the Left’s management of the blue cities and states, and the Left’s social hegemony are all demonstrably crashing and burning around us, it’s not clear to me how we reverse the course we’re on.
For example, the Supreme Court has ruled against Biden’s corporate vaccine mandate. Okay, but how do we go from there to getting our lives back from all aspects of the COVID regime. When can we stop pretending that being forced to wear a mask is a normal part of living in a free country? When will forcing people to have their children injected with an unsafe vaccine be recognized as a crime? When will we prosecute government doctors for lying about the actual numbers of people being harmed by COVID? Currently none of those things seem even remotely close to happening.
I won’t even go into the crime wave engulfing the blue cities. With leftists firmly entrenched in the city governments, there is not even a possibility of those places returning to normalcy in the foreseeable future. Those areas will become no-go zones for normal people who don’t want to risk life and limb.
I’m afraid the answer to my question is they don’t anytime soon. We will have to wait until November of this year to see the first chapter to the road to recovery. When the Dems lose control of the Senate and House that will deprive Dementia Joe of one of his levers of power. We will no longer have to depend on Joe Manchin to protect us from unlimited looting of the treasury by pork-filled trillion-dollar bills that line the pockets of “green” lobbyists and their Congressional clients. And it should put an end to corrupt judges that Biden has been seating on the federal judiciary. But think of it. We have three more years of this nightmare.
So, what that tells me is the only way things get better is when we make them better ourselves. And that begins when we stop pretending that we can depend on the federal government and their woke cronies for anything. Lies and betrayal are their stock in trade. Look over your assumptions on how you live your life. For instance, if you live in or near a blue city do you assume that the police department in your area will keep you, your family and your possessions safe? In the wake of the 2020 riots and looting is that a realistic assumption? And if not, what is your smartest realistic option? Should you move? Should you buy a gun? Should you make changes in the way you live your life?
These same questions should be asked about the state you live in. If you’re tired of wearing a mask and being injected with unsafe medicines maybe living in a place like Florida might make more sense. And that goes for other problems with blue states. The high cost of living and the restrictions on freedoms are quite oppressive for some people’s tastes.
Look at who your friends are. Can you depend on them? Do they believe in what you do? If not, maybe you need to find some people who do. Seek out like minded people and get to know them.
And how about the way you spend your money? Are you supporting the worst corporate offenders when it comes to Woke capitalism? Coca Cola, Nike, and a whole host of corporations spit in your face every day. Don’t you think you should go out of your way to seek out the few companies that at least stay neutral on the culture wars and reward them with your patronage. Maybe you can make it a goal of finding one good company or website or movie every year and spending your money with that thing. Here’s something easy. Stop using Google for your search engine. Use DuckDuckGo. That will be helping them, hurting Google (infinitesimally) and helping yourself by avoiding Google’s prying eyes. And most importantly tell ten conservative friends to check out Orion’s Cold Fire. What better way is there to stick it to Dementia Joe?
My takeaway is things only get better when you act to make them better. I’m not saying don’t vote for the better candidate. You must. But it’s not enough. Your life has to reflect the things you believe in and that may mean making some changes. And then maybe things will get better. At least for you.