More Climate Hysteria – Hegelian Dialectic
Laughing at climate hysteria
Climate hysteria is so absurd, with so little in the way of a feasible solution (to a non-existent problem) that we can only laugh at it.
We should laugh at climate hysteria, especially the fantasy proposals for stopping evil climate change. Electrify everything, running it on wind and solar? Restructure the economy? Restart the world in a green image? Stop eating meat and drinking milk? These proposals are all laughable, so feel free to laugh at them, as it will do a lot of good.
Same for the scary science that supposedly justifies these outrageous proposals. It only exists in monster computer models that are deliberately programmed to produce it. True science is based on observation and we are seeing nothing to support these fantastical hot models. Floods, droughts, heatwaves, hurricanes and wildfires, are all continuing to occur in normal amounts.
The Hegelian Dialectic – Problem Reaction Solution
o better understand the New World Order strategy behind the crises we experience, it is important you first understand “Problem-Reaction-Solution” or the “Hegelian Dialectic” from the German philosopher.
It is stated by Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus as comprising three dialectical stages of development:
A thesis, giving rise to its reaction, an antithesis which contradicts or negates the thesis, and the tension between the two being resolved by means of a synthesis.
The Hegelian Dialectic and its use in Controlling Modern Society
Hegelian dialectic is ‘PROBLEM-REACTION-SOLUTION’ and how it works is like this:
The government creates or exploits a problem in which attributes blame to others.
The people react by asking the govt for protecton and help (safety and security) to help solve the problem.
Then, the government offers the solution that was planned by them long before the crisis occured.
What’s the outcome? The outcome of all of this is: the rights and liberties are exchanged for the illusion of protection and help.
COVID has become a media-driven panic disconnected from facts
One of the most underrated aspects of human behavior is how much expectations dictate our perceptions of reality. Largely because none of us has ever dealt with a pandemic before and, therefore, we have no experience on which to draw comparisons, this has been particularly true when it comes to dealing with the coronavirus.
New York’s Bright Idea? Firing Doctors and Nurses
New York Governor Kathy Hochul speaks to the media after taking part in a swearing-in ceremony at the New York State Capitol in Albany, N.Y., August 24, 2021. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters)
On the menu today: New York state’s new mandate that hospitals, nursing homes, and long-term care facilities fire all unvaccinated workers is going into effect — leaving some hospitals suspending elective inpatient surgeries and declining transfers of intensive-care patients from other hospitals. As we watch a policy designed to alleviate pandemic-driven strain on hospitals and nursing homes suddenly exacerbate the problem, it seems fair to ask: Does this policy really get us where we want to go?
Does Firing New York Doctors and Nurses Really Help Us at This Moment?
I want everybody who is medically eligible to get vaccinated — although if someone has caught and fought off an infection from COVID-19, they can reasonably argue that their natural immunity from past infection will protect them from any severe reactions to reinfection for a while.