The mainstream media is lamenting that the American citizens (slave class) are figuring out that authority is a myth. Dropping the belief that someone has the right to rule them is starting in the form of no longer trusting the science given by the rulers to control everyone else.
In an opinion piece by the New York Times, Americans are “losing trust” when it comes to the science given to them by their masters. It’s all become too much to believe anymore and even the most devout statists are questioning some things.
Dr. Mandy Cohen, who is the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, aims to rebuild trust in that troubled agency at a moment when COVID-19 cases are rising again and the Biden administration has begun a new vaccine campaign. She’s currently on a propaganda tour to try to win the minds of the slave class.
According to new survey data, 69 percent of Americans in May 2023 said they had confidence in scientists to act in the public’s best interest, compared to 86 percent of Americans who told the Pew Research Center in a similar survey that they had confidence in scientists in January 2019. Meanwhile, vaccine skepticism has become one of the most divisive political issues of our time. –New York Times
The New York Times is blaming the “anti-science attitude” on “anti-government Republicans.” In fact, there is no such thing as an anti-government Republican. They want government. In fact, they love to have a master, as long as it’s the right one with an R behind their name. Same as Democrats. If the NY Times was being honest, they’d admit that the propaganda machine is failing and the slave is figuring out that they are, in fact, slaves, not free, and the illusion is crumbling before their eyes. They go so far as to claim that “restoring faith” in institutions is the only way to have a “functioning society.”
What they mean is that once enough people lose faith in the ruling class and its institutions, the power structure falls. When there are no slaves, there will be no masters. That means they won’t be able to wield power over anyone, let alone 300 million indoctrinated delusional slaves.
Restoring public trust — as Dr. Cohen of the C.D.C. aims to do — is therefore necessary for not only expert institutions but arguably democratic society itself. But trust is a two-way street. Restoring it will require careful and perhaps even painful self-scrutiny on the part of those institutions themselves, to learn why they lost the confidence of so many Americans during these last four years. –New York Times
Even if what we really had is a democracy, that’s nothing more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what’s for dinner. Democracy is another word for how to structure government, and government is slavery.