The Conscience of Victor Tapia
Notes on deficits of courage and silent bravery.
The man, then who faces and who fears the right things and with the right aim, in the right way and at the right time, and who feels confidence under the corresponding conditions, is brave.
There has been a palpable frustration in recent years that the west has been suffering an epidemic of cowardice and debilitating deficits in courage and bravery.
To paraphrase hundreds if not thousands of commenters on this and other substacks in regards to great reset madness and ruinous policy decisions that continue to lead to untold suffering: “It’s as if I’ve been living in a nightmare. I keep wondering if others see what I see, and wait for some kind of reaction but then life goes on as if nothing is even happening.”
What exactly is the nature of the nightmare they’re referring to?
With inflation (poor tax) skyrocketing, food shortages looming, energy grids intentionally destroyed, the boomerang effects of Russian sanctions, farming criminalized for the zero carbon scam, language altered, women canceled, definitions changed, history erased, children groomed and transitioned, political opposition targeted and arrested, emergencies declared to seize protestor assets, healthy citizens forced into quarantine camps, billions pilfered for a cocaine comic in Ukraine and a war that can only end with more war, an army of tax collectors mobilized to rob American citizens of more fruits of their labor, diabolical American hospicide protocols responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands, vaccine mandates destroying millions of livelihoods to say nothing of their toxicity and danger, and among all this intentional suffering and hardship those repulsive Malthusians responsible, like that pencil neck lather boy of the globalist bath houses Yuval Harari continue to mock the masses and call them dispensible and useless.
The questions continue: Why has there been so little substantive reaction to these arrogant cretins, perhaps something resembling merciless revenge?
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